NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Police are searching for a man wanted in connection with several violent home invasions and the alleged rape of an 11-year-old girl.
Olbin Sabier Euceda, 26, is wanted on child rape and aggravated robbery charges.
"He is a danger to this community. He is armed and considered to be very dangerous, in fact," said Metro Police spokesman Don Aaron.
The latest violent attack happened at 7:15 p.m. Sunday at the Overlook Apartments on Bell Road.
Police said the child's mother had just gotten home from the store and was returning to her car after carrying in several grocery bags when she was approached by a stranger. The man was identified as Euceda.
Police said Euceda pulled a pistol and ordered the mother back into the apartment where he and an accomplice robbed the family of electronics and other items.
Detectives were told that Euceda forced the 11-year-old into a bedroom where she was sexually assaulted.
"The sexual assault, rape of an 11-year-old child is sickening, it's something this community can't and won't tolerate," Aaron added.
Police said Euceda is armed and dangerous. He is believed to be traveling with cousin, 25-year-old Benson Olman Euceda.
They are known to frequent the Murfreesboro Pike/Thompson Lane area of South Nashville.
Olbin Euceda had recently been living at The Clairmont apartments on Patricia Drive.
Police said Euceda was also identified as one of the two men who committed a home invasion robbery Saturday night at MapleCreek apartments on Glenrose Avenue. Police said the suspects forced their way into an apartment at gunpoint and forced the family to surrender their cash and gold jewelry.
Metro Police also believe Euceda may be responsible for the robbery and rape of two women last Thursday.
"He poses a danger to this community and he is a man we need to get into custody as quickly as we can," said Aaron