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SALT LAKE CITY — Police are still searching for at least one person in connection with a Sunday home invasion and robbery that left two people injured.
The incident took place at 577 N. 1400 West about 12:20 a.m. Sunday. A person wearing a clown mask broke into the home, according to Salt Lake Police Sgt. Brandon Shearer.
A 47-year-old man suffered critical injuries during the break-in, but he had been upgraded to serious condition as of Monday, Shearer said.
A 65-year-old woman had minor injuries, he said. She was taken to the hospital to be examined but was not formally admitted, Shearer added.
The woman was injured when she was pushed down a flight of stairs, according to Salt Lake City police public relations director Christina Judd. She did not know how the man was injured, but said at least one shot was fired.
Shearer said police confirmed there was at least one person involved in the robbery. No arrests have been made, he said. Police officials previously said two men who were wearing masks entered the home.
He did not immediately release further details about the case, including the identity of either person injured during the home invasion.