Midland City Police need your help finding who's behind a recent home invasion robbery.
Even though this is the first home invasion robbery Midland City Police have responded to this year, investigators say it's not the first time they think these suspects have hit the Wiregrass area.
Police say two black males, both armed with handguns, went into 86 Gardenia Street home around 9:30 Wednesday night.
Police say the suspects tied the female victim up with duct tape and took her to the back bedroom and demanded money.
No physical harm is believed to have come to the victim.
Police say the suspects stole an undisclosed amount of money and a gaming system, and then fled to a getaway vehicle.
Midland City Police Chief Dexter Hammond said, “These people are considered armed and dangerous at the time. Any information that the citizens can give to us can help us get them off the streets as soon as possible is what we need to do.”
The only descriptions we have at this time is that there were two armed black males appearing to be in their late teens or early 20s.
Police say there is a third suspect driving the getaway vehicle with the same physical description.
That vehicle is described by police as a small black car.
If you have information about this case, call Midland City Police at 983-5211.
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