Deputies describe SLO home invasion suspect

February 14, 2021

The Chevy Silverado stolen from rural SLO

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office describes the thief who robbed and injured an elderly woman during a home invasion Saturday in rural SLO as an approximately 6 feet tall, gray haired, heavyset man in his 60s.

In the morning, the man allegedly invaded a home on the 1700 block of O’Conner Way. The thief then fled in the  homeowner’s gold 2006 Chevy Silverado, with license plate 8Z85747.

Responders transported the victim to the hospital for treatment of her injuries.

Investigators have issued a be on the lookout for the Chevy Silverado. They are asking anyone who spots the truck to not attempt to make contact and immediately call deputies at (805) 781-4550.

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This Truck has been recovered in the San Jose area, it is being sweep for evidence and DNA as a second person is of interest, as well it may have been a trick to make believe the suspect is in the Bay area when he is alleged to be in Kern County where he has family and some X Con friends

I’ve read multiple versions about this occurrence .. It seems to me this is either a domestic/cohabitant i.e. civil situation .Meaning that the suspect thinks the truck is legally his property

You got to be not so bright, first the stolen truck is in the custody of Police, the elderly woman was accosted and tied up with dog leashes, one of the suspects has been ID via Finger Print lifted off an item he picked up and left behind.

Heavy set, 60 year old, grey hair? Goes to show you how accurate eyewitness accounts are