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Home invasion sends two to hospital

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by Nick Delgado

Two people have been taken to the Guam Memorial Hospital after they were victims of a home invasion this afternoon. Guam Police Department Spokesperson Officer Allan Guzman says a 24-year-old man was returning to his resident in Tamuning near the old Cinema Theater, when he noticed two men inside his home. 

The man was assaulted by the men who then tied him up and blindfolded him.  The landlord of the building was nearby and ran into the two suspects who attempted to leave the residence. 

Officer Guzman says a struggle ensued and the landlord was stabbed multiple times.  The two men fled on foot toward the area near Blockbuster Video. 

Police are at the scene and canvassing the area looking for the suspects. The first is described as being heavyset, weighing about 200 lbs. and standing 5'5"-5'7" with a dark complexion, wearing a dark shirt, khaki pants and with a thick mustache.  The second suspect is described as having a medium build, standing 5'3"-5'6" wearing a gray shirt. 

Anyone with any information is asked to contact police immediately at 472-8911 or Guam Crimestoppers at 477-HELP (4357).

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