WINSLOW — Two suspects are at large following a robbery and assault that took place at a Winslow home Friday morning.
According to Winslow police, a woman, whose name has not been released, sustained non-life threatening injuries in the incident. She was treated at the scene by Winslow firefighters and transported to an unspecified area hospital by Delta Ambulance, according to a news release from Winslow’s police department.
Officials have requested the public’s help in locating Peter Genica, 26, of Oakland, and Priscilla Pagliaroli, 22, of Waterville, who have been identified as suspects.
The news release noted that the individuals do not pose an immediate threat to others.
“There is no believed ongoing safety concern to the public,” it reads. “The incident is believed to be isolated, however, citizens should not approach Peter and Priscilla and should contact law enforcement immediately if sighted.”
The incident took place at 12:31 a.m. at a property on China Road.
Winslow Captain Haley Fleming, who is overseeing the case, could not be immediately reached for comment.
Anyone with information about Genica and Pagliaroli’s whereabouts is encouraged to contact detective Alexander Jones at 872-5215.
Meg Robbins — 861-9239