Detectives release photos of jewelry stolen in home invasion

Investigators release new clue in hopes of identifying robbers in violent home invasion. (PBSO)

Detectives on Monday, released new clues in a violent home invasion in Royal Palm Beach.

Investigators released photos of jewelry stolen in the attack.

The home invasion was incredibly disturbing-- one of the victims was raped in the attack.

The Sheriff’s Office hopes someone will recognize photos of three pieces of jewelry taken during the July 6 home invasion in the 200 block of Sandpiper Avenue in Royal Palm Beach.

The jewelry-- a string of what appears to be pearls, a gold chain, an earring, and a broach-- are likely valuable.

The Sheriff’s Office says three armed suspects broke into the home just before 3 a.m. Detectives say the culprits tied up the two women inside, before raping one of them.

Again Monday, investigators distributed an enhanced photo of the suspects’ get-away car, captured on surveillance video.

The suspects also took the victims’ car, but abandoned it not far from the house.

Detectives had already upped the reward for information to $10,000.

If you know anything, detectives want to hear from you.

Call the Sheriff’s Office, or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.

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