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Noon Hour Home Invaders in Mesa Tie Up Woman, Ransack Home

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Lunchtime? In Mesa, it's home invasion time.

Just before 12:30 yesterday afternoon, two men kicked in the front door of a home near Country Club Drive and Brown, Mesa police say. Not even a knock, apparently. They tied up the woman who owned the place and "ransacked the house."

This line in the incident report kind of threw us: "At this time it is unknown what was taken." They were looking for something, that much is clear.

Police description of bad guys below:

 

 

 

Suspect #1: H/M 504/160 short, round in stature, wearing blk t-shirt Suspect #2: W/M 600, bro hair, wearing grey or blk t-shirt

weapons: one carrying a knife, the other a long gun

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