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Police Respond To Report Of Home Invasion In N. Spokane; Suspects On The Loose

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Right now Spokane Police are looking for possible suspects in a reported home invasion Sunday night in north Spokane.

According to SPD, at around 8:30 p.m. officers responded to a reported home invasion at 911 E. Beacon.  A female caller said that 4-5 black males armed with handguns had forced their way into her apartment and "hogtied" her and her roommate. 

The female also reported that the suspects had fired a gun in her apartment. Officers arrived in just over a minute. There were no other reports of the gunfire and the suspects were gone when officers arrived.  A K9 team attempted to locate the suspects but they were not found.

The female victims could not provide much of a description of the suspects as they were reported to be wearing bandanas over their faces. The victim was missing her car keys.  Officers found blood on the floor but no apparent victim. 

The female caller said she did not know how the blood got on her floor.  Area hospitals were contacted and asked to call police if a possible victim showed up.

If you have any information that can help authorities on this case, call CrimeCheck at 509-456-2233.

Stay current on local news by watching NewsBreaks with Dave Cotton streaming live on KHQ.com weekdays at 10, Noon and 2.

 

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