Greenwich Woman Tied and Bound During Home Invasion

By Ari Mason
|  Wednesday, Jan 29, 2014  |  Updated 2:41 PM EDT
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Greenwich Woman Tied and Bound During Home Invasion

Greenwich police are investigating after a resident was tied and bound during an armed home invasion Tuesday evening.

According to police, a resident of East Elm Street returned to her home around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday to find that her mother had been tied up by intruders.

The victim told police she was home alone when two men wearing ski masks broke in, demanded money, threatened her with a handgun and struck her in the face, authorities said. They bound her hands and feet and left.

Police said Wednesday they believe the victim was targeted and the home invasion was not random.

The suspects are described as two while men betwen the ages of 20 and 30 years old. They were wearing dark clothing and one displayed a handgun, according to police.

Police are actively investigating. It’s not clear if they’ve identified any suspects.

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