Robbers hit East Portland home
Husband and wife hurt, maybe robber, too
Portland police are looking for three suspects in a violent Monday evening home invasion robbery.
A husband and wife were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. One of the robbers may also have been injured, police say.
According to the police, at 9:52 p.m. on Oct. 3, East Precinct officers responded to a call of an armed residential robbery in the 2700 block of Northeast 102nd Avenue. Before they arrived, the officers were told that there were three suspects, all wearing masks armed with handguns.
The suspects fled before the officers arrived. After reaching the residence, the officers made contact with a husband, wife and 34-year-old adult son who were all victims of the home invasion robbery.
The husband and wife both suffered non-life-threatening injuries during the robbery and were transported to an area hospital. Police also believe that shots were fired in the residence during the robbery and that one of the three suspects was injured.
No additional suspect information was immediately released. The robber is under investigation.