SeaTac Police respond to home invasion robbery

At about Noon on Tuesday May 27, two to four suspects broke into an occupied residence in the 12800 block of 24th Ave South, armed with at least one handgun, and assaulted the residents inside.

Police say that one shot was fired into the residence, but there were no injuries.

The suspects fled the area before officers from SeaTac, Burien and unincorporated King County arrived.

The combined team of officers worked together to investigate the incident and attempted to capture the suspects.

Members of the finger print technicians from the Automated Fingerprint and Identification Systems (AFIS) Unit responded to the scene in an effort to collect evidence that will help identify the suspects.

Suspects are still at large at this time.

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