Police Release Surveillance Of Suspects In Deadly Home Invasion

posted by KGOR News/Julia Bertino - 

Lincoln Police have released surveillance video of the suspects in a deadly home invasion.

On July 31st, officers were dispatched to a home near 19th and Fairfield around 3:45 AM for a report of a shooting. When officers arrived, 36 year old Jessica Brandon's family was attempting to revive her. Lincoln Police officers took over CPR until Lincoln Fire and Rescue medic units could arrive. There were two other adults and four children in the home at the time of the incident.

Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister said the suspects broke into the home around 3:30, and that they believe this was not a random act. Investigators reviewed video surveillance from the residence and are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects. The surveillance footage is from an infrared camera and the colors may appear different, i.e. black clothing may appear white and vice versa. 

Police ask anyone that lives or works near the location of the homicide and have a video surveillance system to call them.

The Lincoln Police Criminal Investigations Unit has set up a tip line which can accept calls and text messages. If you recognize someone in the video, call or text 402-429-1774 or Lincoln Crime Stoppers online or call 402-475-3600.

Lincoln Home Invasion Suspects

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