A Rowlett man is still reeling from a home invasion and robbery last week. Police have arrested all but one of the suspects, but they're asking for the public's help to find the fourth one.
Greg Finster said he answered the door last Tuesday afternoon. Rowlett police said that's when 18-year-old Zachary Williamson, 20-year-old Tevin Bostic and a third man with the street name Boo-cat busted in.
"I'm convinced they were here to kill me," Finster said. "I had three guys in my face. They pushed me back on the floor like this."
He said the men robbed him, tied him up, beat him, teased him and taunted him.
"At one point one slid a gun under my head and face so I could see it. Rubbed it like that so I knew they had one. Well, I knew they had one. They were hitting me in the head with it, two of them," he said.
With their faces uncovered, Finster feared he knew one of them and he'd be killed.
"Now I think the reason it didn't happen is I made it a point not to look at them," he said.
Just minutes after he called 911 to tell police about what happened, police said the criminals used his credit cards at a gas station in Garland.
And to disturb his day even more, apparently Finster's daughter was with them. Police said 18-year-old Amanda Finster was in the surveillance video with the suspects at the gas station.
"I'm still in denial," Finster said. "Embarrassing, pissed off. I can't believe it can happen."
He said it turns out his daughter was dating one of the suspects.
"For her to be with him and be in this situation… I mean, that's my little girl. I mean, she's daddy's little girl," he said.
Williamson, Bostic and Amanda Finster were caught and charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon. Police are still looking for Boo-cat.
Finster will remain on guard until he's behind bars too.
"That's a double pump shotgun. I've got a neighborhood watch. I've got a Glock upstairs. I've got cameras around the house with motion sensors," he said.
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