UPDATE: College Hill Robbery Suspect Arraigned

Lisa Phillips / Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office
Lisa Phillips / Courtesy Hamilton County Sheriff's Office


Update: 1 p.m. Thursday: Phillips appeard in Hamilton County court, where her bond was set at $800,000.

According to police records, in addition to the College Hill robbery, Phillips stole money from two other elderly people. She said she needed the money to support her drug habit

Update: 8 a.m. Thursday: Police have arrested Lisa Phillips, 39, for Monday's home invasion robbery.

Police are still looking for the male suspect.

Phillips is charged with aggravated burglary and theft. She is being held in the Hamilton County jail.

Previously: Police are looking for a pair of suspects wanted for a home invasion robbery in College Hill.

The victim describes the couple as large, possibly as heave as 300 pounds and six feel tall.

The invasion happened Monday night around 10:30 p.m. at the Center Hill Terrace Apartments on West Northbend Road.

The couple allegedly broke in and beat the woman, who is 84 years old, stole her purse, and ran. The woman suffere injuries to her face and shoulder but is expected to be okay.

Anyone with information on this crime is urged to call Crimestoppers at 352-3040.