Suspects in home invasion are still on the loose |

Suspects in home invasion are still on the loose

by Patrick Parkinson, of The Record staff

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office is searching for three men who robbed people inside a Jeremy Ranch area home early Thursday morning. After entering the home through a second-story window, the suspects awoke the victims and forced them from their bed demanding cash at about 1 a.m., according to Detective Ron Bridge, a spokesman for the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. The men stacked patio furniture and other items to reach an upper balcony, Bridge said in a telephone interview. "The window was unsecured and they just simply opened it," Bridge said. "It doesn’t sound random to me." The suspects duct taped each of the victims to a chair and fled the scene, Bridge said. The married couple freed themselves and called 911. The home invasion occurred in Moose Hollow, which is a gated subdivision. "Handguns were brandished during the crime," Bridge said. "All three suspects had guns." The suspects stole a bank deposit bag filled with an undisclosed amount of cash. The men, who wore masks during the robbery, were described as being in their late teens or early 20s.

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