It was a terrifying situation for a woman held at gun point in her own home and tonight police are on the hunt for the two men they say did it.
The home invasion happened in the 200 Block of Spring Street Tuesday in Pueblo.
11 News spoke with the woman's family members, they say she is recovering from this emotionally traumatic incident. The 62 year-old woman was the only one at the home when the two suspects broke in, pointed their hand guns at her and demanded money and drugs. Police say the suspects ripped the screen off of the front window and climbed in the house. They got away with a number of electronics and a purse worth about $2,000 dollars. Police say this is believed to be a "specific act."
The two suspects are described as Hispanic males in their mid-twenties. One is shorter with a heavy-set build and white shirt, the other tall and thin last seen wearing a red shirt. If you have any information about this Home Invasion, you are urged to call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 542-STOP.
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