Shawnee police are searching for two black males who were caught on a RING security camera armed and invading a Shawnee house in the Northridge Addition while its occupants were home Thursday morning,
According to a press release issued Friday from Chief Mason Wilson's office, the burglary occurred around 10 a.m. and the RING footage shows the two burglars enter the residence in the area of Oak Hill and Center Street with handguns.
Wilson said at the time of the invasion, the homeowners were in the house, but they were unaware of the two suspects in their home.
The security footage, Wilson said, shows the two men in the home for a short amount of time and then leaving through the same door they entered.
The burglars were believed to be in a light-colored car, Wilson said.
According to Wilson, both Shawnee police and the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office are searching for the two suspects, who are considered to be armed and dangerous.
Wilson said there have been similar break-ins around the Pottawatomie County area and if anyone has information, they are asked to call the Shawnee Police Department at (405) 273-2122.
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