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Police looking for suspects in Murray home invasion

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MURRAY -- Murray police need help in finding three men involved in a home-invasion robbery Friday afternoon.

Home security video shows the men pull up in a white car around 4 p.m., then walk up to the house. Murray police say they forced their way inside with guns and forced the husband and wife who live there to go downstairs.

"They forced the victims to open up a safe room they had downstairs in hopes of obviously finding valuables -- you know, jewelry, money, guns, whatever they're after," says Murray police Officer Steve Sanderson.

The suspects tied up the man and woman, but they weren't hurt. If you recognize these men or their car, call Murray Police at 801-840-4000.



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