Police: Woman held at gunpoint as suspects in monkey masks steal her property

Forrest City police arrested two men and are looking for another suspect after a woman was held at gunpoint as they burglarized her home. (Photo courtesy: Forrest City Police Dept.)

Forrest City police say suspects wearing monkey masks held a woman at gunpoint while taking her property during an aggravated residential burglary over the Labor Day weekend.

On Monday, police were called to the 900 block of Driftwood Rd. for an aggravated residential burglary.

The victim told police she heard a knock at the door, opening it to find a man pointing a gun in her face. She was held on the ground by the suspect while another man went through her house and grabbed an Xbox, Playstation 4, a Samsung phone and video games.

As detectives were working the case, police received a call that a man was shooting at kids a few doors down. The victims told police Raheem Garry, 19, began shooting at them after they recognized him from the burglary.

Authorities executed a search warrant at Garry's home, where they found a 9 millimeter handgun.

Later, police also obtained search warrants for two homes on Woodale, where police found the stolen items and clothing used in the burglary.

Garry and Scott Logan Jr., 19, were both arrested for aggravated residential burglary and kidnapping. Garry will face the additional charges of aggravated assault, committing a terroristic act and discharging a firearm in city limits.

While those two are in custody, police say they are still looking for a third suspect in the burglary.

If you have any information in the case, call Forrest City police.

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