A masked person visited the home of the Cambrian Highlands on Halloween night and did not stop at the door, nor did he just ask for candy.
The Big Sadbury police said that the next day, a woman was found unconscious in a housing unit in the Prism Cooperative on the Cambridge Heights Avenue, and the woman used valuables and prescription drugs.
In a press release, the police said that the victims were still “serious but stable after being in medical difficulties due to the incident.”
After receiving a call from an unconscious woman, the police responded to the apparent family invasion at 6:30 pm on November 1.
The police said: “The large Sudbury Fire Department and Nursing Staff Services Department attended the residence after a family member requested an ambulance.”
“After arrival, the firefighters found the situation of the woman and the appearance of the apartment to be suspicious. The official arrived and began to investigate.”
The woman was taken to the hospital by medical staff.
The police said: “Determining that the valuables belonging to the woman were lost, including her wallet, jewelry and prescription drugs.”
The investigator believes that an unknown person disguised his or her face and entered the woman’s unit at some time between 8 pm. October 31 and 4 am the next day.
The police said: “Once entering the residence, the person threatened the woman and left the house with various items.”