Brevard Police ask for help finding 2 young suspects who might be armed

Photos: Brevard Police Department

Police are seeking two young men who could be armed, and are suspected of involvement in a home invasion.

Brevard Police say two residents were at home, asleep on the morning of Monday, June 3, 2019 when their front door was forced open, and four male suspects entered the home.

The Brevard Police Department says several items were taken from the home, and the suspects used force to restrain the two victims.

Two of the suspects--a 17-year-old, and Noah Strickland, 18-- have been arrested and charged with two counts of first-degree robbery.

There are still two suspects whom the Brevard Police Department is still looking for:

  • Johnny Xavier Fowler, a 19-year-old black man with black hair and brown eyes
  • Nathaniel Charles Smith, a 19-year-old black man with black hair and brown eyes

Police think the two could be armed, so the public is asked to avoid making contact with them if at all possible.

The Brevard Police Department asks the public to dial 911 or call its our non-emergency line at 828-883-2212 to report information pertaining to these two suspects.

People may also call the anonymous hotline, Crime Stoppers of Transylvania County, at 828-86-CRIME (828-862-7463), where a tip could result in a possible reward if the information leads to an arrest.