MONROE, Ore. - A Monroe man said he stopped a burglar in his tracks by shooting at him.
Police have released a sketch of the suspect.
They said the man was trying to steal bows and archery equipment from a vehicle on Old River road early October 16th.
The homeowner told police when he went outside, the suspect pointed a gun at him so he shot at the suspect.
Police describe the suspect as white, 6-feet-tall, with a weak chin.
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