Two men busted into an apartment and threatened a woman with a knife while looking for “Charlie,” according to the St. Louis County Police.
The victim said she doesn’t know who “Charlie” could be, police said, but she recognized her attackers’ car, which had been parked facing her front door twice in the weeks before the attack.
Police arrived at the woman’s apartment in the 4100 block of Passport Lane on October 7 to respond to a robbery.
The female victim said the two men started by knocking on her door and then forced their way inside when she opened it.
When the victim said she didn’t know who “Charlie” was, one man grabbed her by her neck, placed his hand over her mouth, pushed a silver pocketknife against her throat and told her not to scream.
Meanwhile, the other man searched through the bedrooms.
The men eventually left, instructing the victim not to tell anyone.
One of the men was described as black with caramel-colored skin, 5’8”, 225 pounds, grey shirts, black pants and short hair. He had a beard and big sores on his face.
The other man is black, 5’6”, 160 pounds wearing black pants and t-shirt with no facial hair.
When they left the apartment, the men got into a newer model black Ford S.U.V. and traveled south towards Tee Time.
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