Masked burglars use key to get inside apartment, steal cash and guns while stabbing victim
CENTRAL - A person was stabbed in the leg during a violent break-in at an apartment complex off Hooper Road late Monday.
Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to the Tanglewood apartments where masked burglars used a key to a unit to walk in and attack people inside. While in the apartment, the burglars stole cash, an AR 15, a Taurus 9mm and a cell phone.
Someone at the apartment was stabbed in the leg, deputies said.
As the burglars were leaving, they stole a vehicle of a person tied to a relative of someone who lived at the apartment and later abandoned it.
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