AUBURN — Police said they are “still chasing leads” in a case in which a Park Avenue woman was tied up at her home when she apparently interrupted a robbery last month.

Deputy Chief Jason Moen wrote in an email this week that police had no new information to release on the Oct. 12 incident in which a pair of men stole a motorcycle and an SUV after robbing the homeowner at gunpoint and binding her before fleeing with the stolen vehicles.

The motorcycle was recovered a short time later in Poland, but there apparently has been no sign of the stolen Ford Explorer or the men who took it.

A man who lives nearby, at the Summer Street end of Park Avenue, reported that his home had been ransacked the same day, but it appeared that no valuables had been taken. A neighbor of his who lives upstairs reported that jewelry had been taken from her apartment.

The robbery and burglaries occurred during the afternoon, police said.

A Ford Explorer taken during an Oct. 12 burglary and robbery on Park Avenue in Auburn. Anyone with information is asked to call Auburn police at 333-6650. (Submitted photo)

Only subscribers are eligible to post comments. Please subscribe or login first for digital access. Here’s why.

Use the form below to reset your password. When you've submitted your account email, we will send an email with a reset code.