Investigation on Invasion Complicated by Home's Conditions
GAINESVILLE - Police are finding their investigation on a recent home invasion in northwest Gainesville will be more complicated than they thought.
The conditions of the house is making the process much more difficult; the homeowners had 12 dogs, six cats, four birds and a monkey all living under one roof.
Investigators say just after noon on Monday, three men stormed the house demanding money and drugs. They took an engagement ring, attacked the victim, took his car keys and fled with a bag of unidentified items.
There isn't a limit on the number of animals you can have in your house within city limits, but Florida Fish and Wildlife workers will be out to the house to see if they are in compliance.
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