Home Invasion: Bushkill Twp. Residents Held at Gunpoint
Two Bushkill Township residents were held at gunpoint as items were stolen from their home. Neither victim was injured, police say.
Two Bushkill Township residents awoke early Wednesday to three armed Hispanic men kicking open their bedroom door, according to police.
The residents were held at gunpoint as items were stolen from their home. Neither victim was injured, police say.
Police were dispatched around 1:08 a.m. to the 700 block of W. High Street for a report of an armed home invasion.
The two residents, who were sleeping, reported their locked bedroom door being kicked open and entered by three Hispanic males. The victims called police several minutes after the men left the home.
Several items were removed from the home and the victim’s 2012 Toyota 4Runner with PA registration GBH-4773 was stolen. The vehicle is red and has a "James Toyota" dealership sticker on the back.
The men are believed to be armed and dangerous. If you see the vehicle, call 911.
The Bushkill Township Police Department was assisted by Pennsylvania State Police in Belfast.
The investigation is ongoing.