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Two men sought in Beaufort home invasion case

BEAUFORT, SC (WTOC) -

A woman was held at gunpoint during a home invasion on Monday morning at a Beaufort mobile home park.

At about 11 p.m., Beaufort County Sheriff's Office deputies spoke with a 28-year-old woman who said two men came into her home at the Independent mobile home park and stole electronics.

The woman told deputies that she and her 5 and 7 year old children were in the living room when they heard a noise at the back door. She saw two men, one armed with a handgun, come through the back door. The children ran to a bedroom. The suspects grabbed the victim and forcing her into the bedroom with them, according to police.  

The children were force into a bedroom closet and the woman was ordered to sit on the bed. The suspects threatened to kill her if she called authorities, according to the sheriff's office.

She was held at gunpoint while the other suspect searched the mobile home. They left and the victims were not harmed. After the suspects drove off, the woman left to call 911.

The sheriff's office is looking for two black males in connection with the home invasion. One man was tall and skinny and was about 6' tall. He was wearing a red shirt and blue jean shorts.

The other suspect was short and overweight. He is 5'1" tall. He is bald and was wearing a white shirt, jeans and a white hat.

Anyone with information can call Investigator Cpl. B. Burns at 843.255.3426 or the Beaufort County Dispatch Center at 843.524.2777.

Report crime anonymously by calling CrimeStoppers at 888.CRIME-SC or text the word TIPSC with a message to CRIMES (274637).

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