Sandy Springs police search for home invaders

Police are investigating a home invasion in Sandy Springs.

Investigators said thieves broke into a home on Hunters Trace Circle early Monday morning and made off with some of the family’s belongings.

According to police, the homeowner was alerted by his home security system that a basement door had been opened. Police said the homeowner’s spouse called 911 as he went downstairs to investigate. That’s when he heard the garage door open, so he walked outside.

As the homeowner walked out the front door, one of the suspects was in the driveway and opened fire toward him.

Police said the victim wasn’t injured and went back into his home.

The terrified residents didn’t see how the suspects got away, but police later said a blue 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee with Georgia tag “CDQ 3746” was stolen from the home.

The suspects are described as African-American males. Police said they were wearing dark clothing and are about 5’10” height.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Sandy Springs Police Department.

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