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Marc Giauque, KSL Newsradio Police are trying to find three men who they say broke into a Salt Lake apartment last night and held two men at knife-point.
It happened near 850 South and 950 West, when police say the suspects knocked on the door. When the two men inside answered, police say the suspects forced their way in and demanded money.
"We don't know what their motive was, if it was just a random robbery or what the situation was. A lot of the details are still under investigation," Salt Lake City Police Detective Jared Wihongi said.
Wihongi says the suspects spent only about four or five minutes inside going through the small apartment before fleeing.