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Home Invasion Suspects Sought in Missoula

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Missoula Police are searching for two men who allegedly threatened a woman at gunpoint in her home Sunday night.

Police said two men entered a home on the 1800 block of Wyoming Street around 8:30 p.m.

They said the men pointed handguns at the resident's head, and demanded drugs.

Investigators said the woman told them she didn't have any drugs, and the two men left and took a bottle of wine.

Both suspects are white males, ages 18-20, and wore bandanas over their faces.

They drove off in a red truck with a lifted suspension, chipped paint and a loud muffler.

Anyone with information on this incident should call Missoula Police at 552-6303.

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