FRAMINGHAM (CBS) - Five or six home invaders forced a local homeowner to open a safe at gunpoint Sunday night, the police said.
At about 8:45 p.m., the suspects, described as Hispanic or black males, entered the Beacon Street home, then "zip tied" a woman and three children, Framingham Police Lt. Ron Brandolini said. After the woman and children had been tied up, the suspects took money from the safe and fled, Brandolini said.
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No one has been arrested in a Sunday home invasion in which several men - possibly armed with guns - broke into the home of a Beacon Street family, tied up some of its members and emptied a safe, police said.