Atlanta Police are investigating a home invasion robbery at an Inman Park apartment early this morning, according to a report from our affiliate CBS Atlanta. A couple reported they were watching television at 12:20 a.m. when three men kicked in the back door of their apartment, located near the intersection of Elizabeth Street and DeKalb Avenue.

One of the robbers put a gun to the male victim’s mouth and demanded money, police said. They got away with a television and other electronic devices. Neither victim was hurt.  The couple was only able to give officers a vague description of the robbers.

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2 replies on “Police investigate home invasion in Inman Park”

  1. This is EXACTLY why I got security cameras a couple years ago. Imagine what would have happened if they had a camera system? These CRIMINALS would have known to go elsewhere because they would DEFINITELY be going to jail. What kind of man tries to rob someone for a living? Really? What kind of a ‘man’ is that? The only thing I’d say to do now is to get quality camera like a Lorex. You might be able to find one at Southern Circuits. Sorry to get off topic but seriously, what kind of animal just roams around trying to break into homes like that? Throw away the key is what I say.

  2. This is EXACTLY why I got security cameras a couple years ago. Imagine what would have happened if they had a camera system? These CRIMINALS would have known to go elsewhere because they would DEFINITELY be going to jail. What kind of man tries to rob someone for a living? Really? What kind of a ‘man’ is that? The only thing I’d say to do now is to get quality camera like a Lorex. You might be able to find one at Southern Circuits. Sorry to get off topic but seriously, what kind of animal just roams around trying to break into homes like that? Throw away the key is what I say.

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