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Bandits use UPS uniform in home invasion
ST. ALBANS (WABC) -- Police are looking for the bandits who used a UPS uniform to get into a home in the St. Albans section of Queens.
The crime happened at a home on Baisley Boulevard on Friday morning.
According to police, a man wearing a UPS uniform knocked on the door.
When someone opened the door, the man displayed a firearm and two other men, not wearing uniforms, entered the home with him.
Six people were inside the house at the time, ranging from a year old to 61-years old.
The bandits robbed the victims of cash and jewelry before fleeing the scene.
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