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Suspects Sought in Preston Home Invasion

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PRESTON, Md.- Maryland State Police are looking for two suspects wanted in connection with an early Friday morning armed home invasion that occurred in Preston.

The incident reportedly occurred shortly after midnight at a home on Meadows Court. Investigators said two suspects armed with handguns forced their way inside the home and bound the victims with duct tape. Police said the suspects then stole three cellphones, approximately $250 in cash and then ransacked the home. The suspects were inside for approximately 15 minutes before leaving, according to investigators.

Troopers arrived on the scene and set up a perimeter and a K9 unit from the Denton Police Department conducted a track that investigators said led to a field where a fresh set of tire tracks was observed in the wet grass. However, the suspects were not located. The suspects' identities are also unknown.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the MSP Easton Barrack at (410)819-4747 or (410) 774-6043, by email: walterk.johnson@maryland.gov, or send a text to (410) 774-6043. 

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