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Second man sought in Easter home invasion case
POULSBO—Kitsap County Sheriff's Office deputies are looking for Jason Lee Longshore in relation to the robbery of a Poulsbo home on April 20.
The Sheriff's Office issued a warrant for Longshore, 31, of Shelton, for first degree robbery on April 22.
Longshore is 5'11", approximately 150 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
Longshore is the second suspect in a home invasion that occurred near Keyport on Tagholm Road. Two men entered the home at approximately 11 p.m. on April 20, held the residents inside at gunpoint and took several hundreds of dollars in cash, and other valuables. One resident was assaulted during the incident, and was sprayed with pepper spray.
The two suspects drove away from the home in a '93 Acura Integra 2-door on Brownsville Highway.
The first suspect, Jacob Lewis Dubek, was arrested in Bremerton on April 23. The Acura was found in his possession. A 24-year-old man residing at the Bremerton home where Dubek was taken into custody was also arrested for rendering criminal assistance.
Victims from the incident helped authorities determine the suspects by searching through friends' photographs on Facebook.
Anonymous tips can be submitted to Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).