WARNER ROBINS -- Residents were robbed during a home invasion early Friday in the 1000 block of Feagin Mill Road.
According to a Warner Robins police incident report released Tuesday, one of the residents was in the living room of the apartment playing videos when someone knocked on the door.
A 6-foot-tall, 175-pound black male wearing a flat bill camouflage “snap back” hat, white gym shorts and a multi-colored, polyester shirt asked for another resident. As the resident who answered the door turned to call the other resident, the man and another black male forced their way inside.
The other suspect, who was about 6 feet and 3 inches tall, was wearing a black shirt, camouflage cargo shorts and a camouflage boonie hat with the string hanging down, the report stated.
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Armed with semi-automatic handguns, the men ransacked the apartment and stole cell phones, laptop computers, a wallet, purse, car keys and house keys before fleeing, according to the report. No one was hurt in the home invasion.
Police were dispatched about 1:30 a.m. Anyone with information is asked to call Warner Robins police at 302-5380.
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