Two suspects in custody, reward offered for third in Salisbury home invasion

SALISBURY, Md. - Two suspects have been arrested and one suspect is still being sought for a Salisbury home invasion and assault that happened last Thursday, Salisbury Police announced.

On May 11th at around 4:45 PM, two men reportedly entered a home in the 300 block of Naylor Street and repeatedly struck a 69-year-old man with baseball bats before fleeing. Officials say the man suffered multiple serious injuries, including broken bones and lacerations.

Detectives say their investigation indicated that the assault stemmed from an unpaid debt. Investigators developed 35-year-old Kevin Giddens and 18-year Michael Brown, both of Salisbury, as suspects in the case. Police also say that 52-year-old Lisa Stanford is believed to have been an accomplice.

Police arrested Stanford early in the investigation and members of the Capitol Area Region Fugitive Task Force arrested Brown on Monday, officials said. Both have been committed to the Wicomico County Detention Center.

Giddens is still wanted in connection to this incident. Anyone with information on Giddens' location is asked to contact Salisbury Police at 410-548-3165 or Crime Solvers at 410-548-1776. Officials say Crime Solvers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to Giddens' arrest.

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