ELMWOOD PLACE, Ohio - As many as six suspects remain at large following a well-coordinated home invasion robbery in Elmwood Place Sunday night.
Two victims told Elmwood Place officers a white female knocked on their door at approximately 8:15 p.m. at 207 Linden St., and once they opened the door, she stepped out of the way for a black male suspect brandishing a firearm.
The suspect ordered the two victims to the floor and demanded money and their wallets as four additional suspects cleared the residence, according to police. Numerous big-screen televisions, video game consoles and computers were among the items stolen during the home invasion.
All six suspects fled out the back of the residence toward Township Avenue and a coordinated police K-9 search ensued, police said.
Authorities recovered one of the stolen televisions and are dusting for fingerprints.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040.
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