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Two Home Invasion Suspects At Large In Lincoln

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LINCOLN, Del. - Police are looking for two suspects in connection with an early morning home invasion. Delaware State Police report that a 48-year-old man was inside of his Lincoln home, on Staytonville Road, when around 2:45 AM, someone started knocking at his door.

The man told police that he opened the door, when suddenly two male suspects pushed their way in and assaulted him while demanding money. The suspects reportedly tied the victim up, and stole various items from his home, then fled on foot.

The victim was able to get out of the home, and get help at a neighbors house. He was treated at the hospital, and later released. Anyone with information is asked to contact Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or text DSP to CRIMES (274637).

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