Newborn Puppies Stolen During Armed Home Invasion In Titusville

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On October 27th 2011 at approximately 9:00PM an armed home invasion robbery was committed near the 400 block of Azalea Avenue, Titusville Florida. 

The victim was initially attacked outside of her residence as she arrived home by multiple black males. 
Once inside the residence additional black males arrived at the residence and began stealing items and belongings from the victim. 
Stolen from the residence was a large screen television, victim’s driver’s license and wallet, 1997 black Toyota Camry displaying Florida Tag N06-5LR and a total of Five (5) pit bull puppies that are approximately 2 weeks of age. 
The puppies are described as four males and one female.
They are black and beige with white markings on their muzzles, and one full grey pit bull puppies. 
As there is concern for the victim in this case, there is also concern for the puppies, who without their mother, may not survive. At this time there are no photographs available of the puppies. 
The suspects left the area in the victim’s stolen vehicle as well as a Ford style SUV, silver or white in color (no other description or tag information).
No other information is being released at this time.

Titusville Police urge anyone that may have information in this case to contact Titusville Police at 321-264-7800, Detective Blizard at 321-264-7852 or they can remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward of up to $5000.00 by calling CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477).

The public can also “TEXT-A-TIP” via cell phones by simply texting “TPD”…plus tip info, to “CRIMES” (274637).