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Layon Police searching for coat in aggravated robbery case

Posted at 9:57 PM, Apr 09, 2018
and last updated 2018-04-10 15:39:02-04

Colin McCormick

LAYTON, Utah – The Layton Police Department arrested two suspects Monday who were wanted for allegedly threatening a woman with a gun in her home.

Police arrested 51-year-old Christopher Brennan and 37-year-old Collin McCormick and booked them into Davis County Jail for one count each of aggravated robbery, aggravated burglary and obstruction of justice.

Layton Police said the incident happened near 100 S. and 2500 E.

Christopher Brennan

Police said the caller reported hearing a woman screaming for help and said she may have been a victim of a home invasion.

“The victim reported being contacted by two adult males in the garage of her home where she was threatened with a firearm and forced to surrender her cell phone,” according to Layton Police.

A neighbor told police they saw a car speeding away from a nearby church.

A Kaysville Police Officer found the suspected vehicle and apprehend Brennan and McCormick.

“Layton Police Department is seeking the public’s help in recovering a tan Carhartt type jacket/coat that was believed to have been discarded in the area of 25 W. Mutton Hollow Rd., in Kaysville,” the press release said. “The coat was worn by one of the suspects in this incident.”