3 Suspects Forced Their Way into Brookfield Home when Wife was Home Alone

Brookfield Police are looking for three suspects that forced into entry to an occupied residence on Baythorn Way at Greenfield Avenue on Friday.

The incident happened around 10:30 AM.

The wife was home at the time of the burglary.

Victim stated she was in the bathroom and heard the doorbell ring 5-6 times.  

She thought it may be a delivery so she never went to the door.  

When she exited the bathroom, she was confronted by Suspect 1, who immediately told her that he would not hurt her and only wanted cash and jewelry.

Suspect 1 remained with victim while Suspect 2 gathered up jewelry.  All items stolen were placed in a messenger style bag that Suspect 1 carried and gave to Suspect 2.  There was also a third suspect who the victim did not get a good look at as he never came into he bedroom.  Suspect 1 then told victim to get into the closet and stay there until they left.  Victim said she waited about 2 minutes until she no longer heard anyone in the house, and then exited the closet and called 911.
Victim never saw any vehicles and never heard any vehicles start or leave the area.  
Patrol officers found the "side light" type glass window on the lock/deadbolt side of the front door broken out allowing suspect to reach in and unlock the front door (victim never heard glass break, or suspects enter home).  

There was no cash obtained, but some gold jewelry and $100 savings bonds taken.

Suspects were described as:

Suspect 1: Black male, 5-feet 5-inches to 5-feet 7-inches, medium build, 160-170-pounds, 35-40-years-old; clean shaven with short buzzed black hair and brown eyes; spoke with "African-French accent" possibly Sierra Leone; wore grey shirt, grey zip-up hoodie with hood down.
Suspect 2: Hispanic male, 5-feet 3 to 5-feet 5-inches medium build, 130-150-pounds, 25-30-years-old; clean shaven, wearing grey shirt, grey zip up hoodie with hood up.
Suspect 3: No description other than male subject.
Anyone with any information can call the CBPD at 262-787-3702.

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