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Trio invade Hempfield home, flee in sports car

WESTMORELAND COUNTY

HEMPFIELD

Trio invade home,

flee in sports car

State police at Greensburg Monday night were looking for three men who reportedly were involved in a home invasion in Hempfield.

Initial reports indicated the men, carrying automatic weapons and wearing ski masks and dark clothing, fled the scene in a black sports car.

The incident was reported shortly after 9:30 p.m. at a home along Old Harmony Lane in West Hempfield.

Two of the men were described as being about 6 feet tall with thin builds; the third suspect was described as being about 5 feet 7 inches tall, wearing blue tennis shoes with red stripes.

No information was available from state police.


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