Burlington home invasion suspects at large

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Two men who forced their way into a Burlington, Iowa residence remained on the loose more than 12 hours after the crime allegedly happened.

Two black men, wearing masks and armed with handguns, forced their way into a residence in the 100 block of North Marshall Street just after midnight Monday morning, March 30, 2015, according to Burlington Police Lieutenant Jeff Klein.  The occupants of the home were assaulted and injured, Klein said, but they declined medical treatment.

“We are still working with the victims to determine what was taken,” Klein said.  The motive and identity of the suspects also remained under investigation.


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