Two arrested after robbery and assault of woman in her own home

One defendant is accused of raping the woman at gunpoint.

Two suspects have been arrested and charged after allegedly burglarizing a woman’s home while one of the men sexually assaulted her at gunpoint.

SeaTac man Bubacarr Touray was charged with Rape in the First Degree and Robbery in the First Degree in relation to an incident that occured in Kirkland on Oct. 28. Seattle man Muhammad Sesay is suspected of being Touray’s accomlice as he is being charged with Robbery in the First Degree.

The two are accused of entering a Kirkland woman’s home and holding her at gunpoint, all while her family was inside of the home.

After Sesay left the home, Touray stayed behind and sexually assaulted her at gunpoint.

“These crimes were especially brazen and brutal. The defendants entered the victim’s home in the middle of the night each pressing a gun against her body, one against her head and one against her chest,” the charging documents read. “The victim feared she would surely be killed but was most concerned for her family members who were asleep just a few rooms away in the home. Therefore, she complied with all of the defendant’s demands, including unlocking her cell phone and giving them cash and credit cards.”

Surveillance camera footage captured the suspects car as they left the scene, which was used to identify and arrest the two defendants just hours later.

The defendants are next expected to be court at 8:30 a.m. November 9 in room E1201A of the King County Courthouse.