MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mobile Police are on the hunt for at least two men they say may have planned a home invasion robbery in Midtown Wednesday morning.
Authorities said it happened at around 8:50 a.m on West Street. Police said the victim's husband had left for the morning, when an unknown male came knocking on the victim's front door.
"She opened the door and there was an unknown male suspect standing there. They had some bit of a conversation," said MPD Cpl Chris Levy. "He then produced a handgun and entered the residence and made some demands for property."
Levy said the suspect took electronics and cash from the home as the victim followed him around. Witnesses told police they believed someone was out front, standing guard as it happened.
The suspects were last seen heading west on Lamar St. on foot. Patrol Officers remained in the area into Wednesday evening.
"Was it because they saw someone leave? Was it because they had information that certain items were in the house - particular items that they wanted? It's too early to know that," said Levy.
Police are asking anyone who may have seen suspicious activity to contact them.
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