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3 men wanted for home invasion, robbery in Laurinburg

Top Left: Darryl Law, Top Right: Shaquan Legrand, Bottom: Karon Harrington. (Source: Laurinburg Police Department) Top Left: Darryl Law, Top Right: Shaquan Legrand, Bottom: Karon Harrington. (Source: Laurinburg Police Department)

LAURINBURG, NC (WMBF) – Laurinburg Police have identified three men wanted in connection with a home invasion and robbery on June 24, and a robbery on Wagram Street on June 29.

Victims of the home invasion reported that three individuals illegally entered the residence and took several items, including a firearm, according to wanted posters from the Laurinburg Police Department.

An investigation revealed the following two men are suspects in the case:

-Darryl Deavon Law, aka “Jersey,” age 35, from Laurinburg. Described by police as 6 feet tall and 180 pounds. Last known address: 16020 Bronco Drive, Laurinburg, NC. Also known to be in the area of Tara Village Apartments, Wagram Street, and the Washington Park neighborhood, all in Laurinburg.

-Shaquan Maurice Legrand, aka “Quan,” age 21, from West End, NC. Described by police as 5 feet, 11 inches tall, 196 pounds. Last known address: 121 Sugar Hill Lane, West End, NC. Also known to be in the area of Tara Village Apartments in Laurinburg and Moore County, NC.

On June 29, officers spoke to two females in reference to a robbery on Wagram Street, according to officials. The victims reported that a gun was pointed at them, and money and other items were demanded. The investigation revealed that 21-year-old Karon Tajah Harrington, aka “Debo,” is the suspect. He’s described by police as 5 feet, 9 inches tall, and 210 pounds. His last known address is 807 Ashley Drive in Laurinburg, and he is also known to be in the area of Tara Village Apartments and the Washington Park neighborhood, both in Laurinburg.

All three men are considered armed and dangerous, and should be approached with caution. Anyone who locates them is asked to call Laurinburg Police at 910-276-3211, or Det. Jeremy White directly at 910-291-1752.

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