Two suspects rob, tie up victims in Greensboro home invasion

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Shirley Lane in Greensboro

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Police are looking for two men accused of forcing their way into a home Wednesday night, tying up the victims and stealing their car.

Officers responded to the home on Shirley Lane around 10:57 p.m.

The victims said two men forced their way into the home with handguns and demanded property. One of the victims was assaulted and then both were tied up by the suspects, police said.

The suspects then fled the area, leaving in the victim’s 2004 gray Land Rover.

EMS treated the victims for minor injuries.

The investigation is ongoing.


    • Iama Retiree

      Come on, FaithC — get with it on the comments — Maybe you could be the one to make a difference ! Always whining about Greensboro, but never doing anything about the situation ….

      • Thomas Noell

        Since most of the decent people have fled Greensboro in recent decades for the safer, more pleasant suburbs and neighboring cities, there is little anyone can do to fix GSO since what is left is mainly white-guilt liberal elite, obstructionist tree-huggers, ultra-leftist college students/faculty, and Al Sharpton’s people who will ensure the status quo (crime, urban plight, moral/economic decay, incompetent government, etc.) for decades to come. As a former Greensboro resident, I feel your pain, Faith, but I think we are beating a dead horse that was, just twenty years ago, listed as one of “America’s Most Liveable Cities”.

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