Home Invasion Victims Try to Take Law Into Their Own Hands

Home Invasion Victims Try to Take Law Into Their Own Hands

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(KSL News) -- Murray police are investigating a home invasion robbery that happened on Sunday but wasn't reported until Monday.

According to police, two men were home early Sunday morning when three men broke into their home, tied them up, threatened them with knives, and robbed them. The suspects then stole a van belonging to one of the victims and took off.

But the victims did not call police, choosing instead to take matters into their own hands.

"They felt that the suspects were probably some friends of friends. They did not know exactly who they were, but felt just by some information that they got, they felt that the suspects were probably friends of friends."

The victims finally called police early this morning after making contact with one of the suspects and searching for the other two.

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