Suspect in Center City home invasion attempted robbery is recent parolee with violent past

The Phialdelphia Police Department's Special Victims Unit is seeking a suspect in a Center City robbery who was paroled from prison just a month ago and has a history of violent crime.

Kenneth Todd. Credit: PPD Kenneth Todd. Credit: PPD

 

The Phialdelphia Police Department's Special Victims Unit is seeking a suspect in a Center City robbery who was paroled from prison just a month ago and has a history of violent crime.

 

Kenneth Todd, 47, is wanted for a July 25 home invasion-robbery on the 1300 block of Pine Street.

 

Police released his mugshot Wednesday, seeking the public's assistance and offering a $1,000 reward for his capture.

 

Todd was paroled last month from a prison term for a 2010 armed robbery conviction and never made it to his first scheduled meeting with his parole officer, the Daily News reported.

Todd has various previous arrests including assault, gun charges, burglary and robbery.

In the July 25 robbery he reportedly broke into a 46-year-old woman's home on 13th and Pine streets and beat her and choked her while demanding money until she screamed for help and he fled. The victim sustained serious injuries but survived.

Anyone with knowledge about Todd's whereabout is being asked to call the Special Victims Unit at 215-685-3252 or the U.S. Marshals at 1-866-865-8477.

 
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