Five suspects forced their way inside a home on the southeast side of the Springs early Thursday morning, threatening the occupants inside.
According to police, two suspects robbed the home while another suspect used a handgun to intimidate those inside. Two additional suspects got in a fight with a resident, which ultimately landed the victim in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Police say the suspects are three Hispanic men and two white women. All of the men are in their 30s, while the ages of the women are unknown.
One man has been described as 5-foot-8, either bald or sporting a shaved head, wearing dark clothing.
The second man is reportedly between 5-foot-10 and 6 feet, hairstyle similar to the first suspect, also wearing dark clothing. No description was available of the third man.
Both women are 5-foot-8 and dark-haired. Police say one woman was thin, while the other has a medium build. One was also wearing dark clothing during the home invasion; the clothing the second woman was wearing is unknown.
The home invasion occurred at the Meadows Mobile Home Park on the 4800 block of Astrozon.
Anyone with information on this incident are asked to contact police, or call Crime Stoppers at 634-STOP to remain anonymous.
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