Targeted Violent Home Invasion In Strawberry Hills Surrey

SURREY: Surrey’s Strawberry Hill neighbourhood was jolted by a targeted violent home invasion on Wednesday night when two South Asian men barged into a house, tied up four children and demanded items to be given to them.
Surrey RCMP say the two suspects forced their way into a home on 123A street and 75 avenue at around 5:30 p.m. and began making demands.
Surrey RCMP spokesman Cpl. Bert Paquet said there were six occupants in the residence, including two caregivers. He said they were all restrained by the robbers.
The homeowner arrived soon afterwards and became engaged in a physical confrontation with the suspects. He was injured and treated for a swollen jaw.
None of the other victims was injured, said Paquet. Victim’s was called in to help the children, all of whom are described as young.
The suspects, two South Asian males wearing hoodies, are believed to have fled the scene in a dark-coloured Honda Civic.
Paquet said police believe the invasion was targeted because the homeowner is not being very cooperative with police about what items were stolen.
He said investigators are working at gaining the cooperation of the homeowner which could lead to further details on who could be responsible.