‘There’s blood everywhere;’ Person of interest wanted in Trotwood following bloody home break-in

TROTWOOD — Crews responded to a break-in at a residential Trotwood home that ended with blood-covered floors Monday morning.

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Police were called to the 4100 block of Indian Lane at around 1:30 a.m. after a resident returned home and found their place broken into, Montgomery County Regional Dispatch confirmed to News Center 7.

No one was home at the time of the break-in, a Trotwood Police spokesperson said.

Responders found blood inside the residence and a blood trail leading out of the home and into the driveway, dispatch said. The trail reportedly ended at the grass line.

The 911 caller described the residence as having “blood everywhere” and “all the way to the backdoor.” The bedroom door was also found broken, according to the 911 call.

The blood was suspected to be the burglar’s, the Trotwood spokesperson informed.

After a preliminary search of the residence, the 911 caller could not find any large expensive items missing.

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No information has been released regarding the suspect or if anyone has been taken into custody. It is also unclear what was taken from the house.

However, Trotwood Police confirmed that they identified a person of interest.

Trotwood Police are investigating the incident.

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Anyone with information about the incident is encouraged to contact Detective Matt Hogan at 937-854-2455 or MHogan@Trotwood.org.

Anonymous crime tips may be submitted to Miami Valley Crime Stoppers at 937-222-STOP or www.miamivalleycrimestoppers.com.