3 suspects wanted in Feltonville home invasion
FELTONVILLE - December 18, 2011 (WPVI) -- Police say three suspects tied up a family of four during a home invasion in the Feltonville section of Philadelphia.
It happened early Sunday morning on the 5000 block of B Street.
Initial reports indicated that three males wearing masks and black clothing drove to the home in a black work van.
The men ambushed the owner of the home at gunpoint.
The suspects then forced their way inside and tied up the owner and three other family members in the basement.
All four victims were able to free themselves without harm hours after the men left.
It's unsure if anything was taken from the home. Authorities are still investigating.
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