A 17-year-old Central High School student awoke Wednesday morning to find intruders in a Williamson Road apartment who would later tie her up with a scarf, according to Macon police.
A woman who lives at the apartment told police she returned home with her son about 11 a.m. and found the front door ajar. She found the girl in the master bedroom with her hands bound and a cell phone USB cord wrapped around her neck, according to a police report released Thursday.
The teenager told police she was asleep in the womans bed when she awoke to the sound of someone coming into the apartment and going into the womans sons bedroom. Thinking it was the womans son, she went back to sleep.
At some point, a man wearing a blue bandanna came into the room where the teenager was sleeping and tied her up. She told police she thinks she passed out from a panic attack and when she awoke a second man with a blue bandanna threatened her and told her not to say anything, according to the report.
The police report doesnt list anything taken from the apartment.
The teenager, who has a Corbin Avenue address, said the intruders were black, of medium build and weighed between 170 and 180 pounds.
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