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Suspects wanted in connection with elderly couple home invasion

Suspect #1 (Source: Amberley Village Police Dept.) Suspect #1 (Source: Amberley Village Police Dept.)
Suspect #2 (Source: Amberley Village Police Dept.) Suspect #2 (Source: Amberley Village Police Dept.)
AMBERLEY VILLAGE, OH (FOX19) -

Amberley Village Police need your help identifying two suspects connected with a home invasion robbery, where an elderly couple was attacked by men armed with tasers and guns.

Police say two armed young men entered a home on the 7000 block of Fair Oaks Drive around 6:45 p.m. Wednesday.

One of the suspects forced the man, who is 80, to drive to an ATM to get out cash, the other stayed behind with the 78-year-old female victim.

Police say the suspects took money, personal items and the homeowners' car, a silver 2003 Volvo.

In the 9-1-1 call, the male victim tells police the suspects knocked his wife to the ground.

Amberley Village authorities say this isn't a common occurrence for the village, a bedroom community on Cincinnati's east side.

The first suspect is described as a black male with a medium brown complexion, between 19 to 22-years-old, 5'8'' and 150 pounds. He has a slight mustache and goatee.

The second suspect is a black male with a light brown complexion in his early to mid twenties. Police say he is 5'7'' and 175 pounds, with a rounded head.

The suspects are being considered armed and dangerous. If either can be identified, contact the Amberley Village Police Department at (513) 531-2040.

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