A pair of armed robbers held up a Conyers woman at gunpoint in an alleged home-invasion robbery in the Hunting Creek subdivision Wednesday morning.
The resident was just about to leave for work that morning around 8:45 a.m. when a male and a female wearing ski masks forced their way in through the open door. The female pointed a small silver or grey handgun at the resident and demanded "Where's the jewelry? The jewelry you were wearing at the mall?"
The resident told them the location and the male suspect went to find it.
The pair also took several other items from the home and told the victim to sit on the couch and count to 20 before moving.
The female suspect was described as a white female, about 5-feet 1-inch to 5-feet 3-inches tall, weighing approximately 135-140 pounds. The male suspect was described as a white male, about 5-feet 6 inches to 5-feet 8-inches tall.
The victim also described both suspects as having "very heavy southern accents and the female kept replying to the male, ‘What, baby?' because she didn't understand him completely when he was replying to her," according to the report.
The victim also told police the last time she had been at a mall was two weeks ago.
Anyone with information is asked to call Conyers Police at 770-483-6600. Anonymous tips can be left at the website, conyerspolice.com