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Police Investigating Home Invasion Robbery in Hamilton County

Hamilton County Sheriff’s investigators are searching for suspects in an early morning home invasion and robbery near Sheridan.

They say three young men entered the front door of the house in the 20000 block of Fremont Moore Road just after 3:00 Thursday morning. Five people in their 20's were inside. 

They say one of the suspects showed a gun, demanded money and ordered everyone to the ground while the other suspects rummaged through the house.  Victims say the suspects were wearing clown and devil masks.

The suspects are described as black males who got away with cellphones, electronics, a saxophone and a purse. So far, no vehicle description. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department.

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