Metro Police Lt. Ray Spencer releases new details in southwest valley homicide on March 25 (KLAS)

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Las Vegas police are investigating a violent home robbery in the southwest valley that left 24-year-old Natalie Manduley dead.

The incident took place at a home located in the 6400 block of Bright Nimbus Avenue, near Robindale and Jones at 2:10 p.m on Friday.

Police say they are currently searching for three suspects accused of entering the home in what is being described as a “targeted home robbery.”

At the time of the incident, two female residents in their 20s were inside the home. The male resident had gone to the store before the incident, according to police.

They say multiple gunshots were fired inside the home during the robbery. Police say the female victim exchanged gunfire with at least one of the suspects during the incident.

When the female victim’s boyfriend returned home he told police he noticed a white Mercedes Benz parked in the driveway and three Black males exiting the home.

The victim’s boyfriend, who also lives in the home, told police he chased the men when they drove off in the Mercedes. During the chase, the victim’s boyfriend smashed into the rear of the Mercedes causing it to hit a block wall.

The three suspects left the scene following the crash.

Police say at this time the three suspects have not been located.

The victim’s boyfriend was not injured in the incident.

“There is no question that this was a very targeted incident,” Metro Lt. Ray Spencer said.

Nearby schools including Canarelli Middle School and Tony Alamo Elementary were put on lockdown earlier in the day.

This is an ongoing investigation. No other details have been released.