Bonita woman reports being raped after two people enter her home

Lee County detectives are investigating a case in which a Bonita Springs woman reported being raped after two people entered her home Tuesday morning.

Sheriff's Office incident reports provide the following account:

Around 8 a.m., the victim said she opened the sliding doors of her pool area to let her dog out. She then headed to the bedroom to get ready for work when she heard voices in her house.

The victim called 911 before a man grabbed her hair and dragged her out of the bathroom, through the bedroom and family room, and into the kitchen.

The man made several derogatory remarks towards her, and as they reached the kitchen the victim heard a woman laughing. The victim said she was punched in the stomach and kicked in the back to get her to the ground.

The woman got on top of her, positioning her knees around the victim's head and holding her arms down. She then cut the victim's hair, telling her "You're not so pretty anymore."

The victim pleaded to be let go before the man raped her. When he stopped, she was able to free herself and run out the front door.

Deputies arrived around 8:15, according to reports. The victim told them she recognized both of her attackers. The man was wearing white gloves and the woman had black tape around her fingertips, she said.

The victim was transported to NCH North Naples hospital. No arrests have been made, and the investigation was ongoing as of late Wednesday, said Sheriff's Office spokesman Sgt. David Velez.

"She did know who they were," but locals should remain vigilant, Velez said. "It could be isolated, but it's still under investigation."

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