According to emergency services, Tyler Amos and Brandy Rombold struck a man inside a Perry Township home July 1 around 10:30 a.m., fired shots and took several firearms before leaving. The suspects left the Lawrence County house in a Jeep Liberty, ditching the vehicle at 183 Douglas Road in North Sewickley Township. Both are wearing red and gray bandannas and jeans.
Amos and Rombold then left that area in a green 1999 Ford Expedition with a New York sticker in the middle of the windshield. The vehicle was stolen from an auto body shop in Ellwood City.
State police said a 10-year-old child is in the vehicle with the suspects, and that they are said to be under the influence of heroin and methamphetamine.
Both Amos and Rombold are considered armed and extremely dangerous. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Pennsylvania State Police in New Castle at 724-598-2211, or 9-1-1.
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