Aurora police seek home invasion robbery suspect

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DENVER — Aurora police are looking for a man they say broke into a woman’s home, bound her hands and robbed her.

The alleged incident happened on May 16 about 3:30 p.m. The woman said the man came to her door in the 15000 block of East Nassau Avenue claiming to be a utilities worker. He asked her to sign a form, then pushed his way into her home while she was distracted.

He allegedly bound her wrists with zip ties and hit her before stealing items and leaving.

The man was described as a black man in his 30s standing about five feet, eleven inches tall and weighing 180 pounds. He wore a white hat and a tan short-sleeved shirt. Anyone with information was asked to call Aurora police at 303-627-3100.

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