Palm Beach County Sheriffs Office Detectives are still looking for two suspects in the Home Invasion Robbery in Royal Palm Beach

Approximately 10:00pm. November 12,th, PBSO responded to a 911 call of a Home Invasion Robbery at 135 Finch Court, Royal Palm Beach.  The caller stated that several individuals came banging on their door stating that they were police officers. The residence was occupied by Father, Mother and daughter. As the masked and armed intruders forced their way into the home, the daughter escaped via a bedroom window and called 911. PBSO Deputies were in the vicinity and were able to arrive quickly.  Upon arrival, Deputies heard the intruders giving commands to the residence giving them reason to believe that the robbery was still in progress.  When the robbery suspects exited the residence they encountered the Deputies and ran back inside the home.  Deputies went after the suspects and confronted one of them who made it back to their vehicle. Deputies gave verbal commands for the driver to stop the vehicle and show his hands. The driver momentarily raised his hands then when the Deputies approached he dropped his hands quickly and drove towards the Deputies. One of the Deputies fired a single shot, striking the driver in the neck. This suspect died at the scene.

The deceased suspect has been identified as B/M JAMAR F. ANDERSON   D.O.B. 12/14/86 of Broward County, Ft. Lauderdale area.

At least three weapons were recovered at the scene as well as police type gear.  Investigators are still looking for two suspects. They are described as:

#1 B/M 6,’1 190lbs. light complexion dark clothing

#2 B/M 6’0 180lbs. thin build, dark clothing

If anyone has information on this incident they are urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS stay anonymous and be eligible for up to $1,000 REWARD! You can also text tips to @