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Police search for third suspect in Maineville home invasion

Thomas Lee Fields provided photo. Thomas Lee Fields provided photo.
Clyde Fields and Larry Tumbleson (Miami Valley Jails) Clyde Fields and Larry Tumbleson (Miami Valley Jails)
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -

Police are looking for a third suspect in connection to an early December home invasion in Maineville. 

An arrest warrant was issued on Dec. 22 for Thomas Lee Fields, 27, who authorities say assisted in an aggravated robbery at a home in the 8000 block of Zoar Road in Maineville. 

On Dec. 2, police say Fields participated in a robbery in which two people went into the house and robbed the people living there at gunpoint. A third person waited outside in a car. 

Hamilton Township Police arrested Clyde R. Fields Jr. in connection to the case on Dec. 21 and Larry Tumbleson on Dec. 24. They are both charged with aggravated robbery and being held in the Warren County jail. 

Tumbleson is also a convicted rapist. In August, he caused a scare when he walked away from his halfway house in Lebanon. 

In July, Tumbleson was sent to the Turtlecreek Center, which houses people who are still under the supervision of the adult parole authority. But on Aug. 10, he was nowhere to be found. 

In 2009, Tumbleson was convicted of rape, kidnapping, and robbery. He spent nearly five years in prison and since his release, he has to register as a tier three sex offender, the most serious classification.

He was later found by police.

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