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Five Men Wanted in Alleged Richland Home Invasion and Robbery

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RICHLAND, WA - Richland Police are looking for 5 men wanted in an alleged home invasion and robbery.

Police say the suspects entered a home on the 1100 block of Benham Street on November 8, 2015 around 9:10 p.m. armed with weapons that included shotguns, pepper spray and a baseball bat.  

One suspect told the woman who lived there that she was being robbed and ordered her to the floor.  She refused and tried to confront the men.  Another person who lived there also confronted to suspects and was pepper sprayed in the face, according to Richland police.

Witnesses told police the suspects eventually ran out of the house north on Douglass Ave. got into a dark 4 door  car  with tinted windows.  
Police describe the men as wearing dark hooded sweat shirts, baggy pants and dark ski masks over their faces.
The victims also told police they believed the suspects were white or Hispanic in their 20's with no discernible accents and ranged in height from 5'5" to 6'0" tall.

Responding officers found a 12 GA shotgun shell on the floor of the victim's living room.  They said the round had not been fired. 

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call Richland Police at 628-0333.