Suspects in Long Lake Home Invasion Still at Large
A husband and wife were bound during an armed home invasion in Long Lake Saturday, and the suspects are still on the run.
However, police say the robbery was not random and the public is not in danger.
Police think finding the couple's vehicle that was stolen from the home will help get them closer to finding the suspects.
According to Wayzata police, three men forced their way into the home in the 200 block of Glenmoor Lane around 2 p.m. Saturday.
Police say the men bound John and Karen Davis, stole cell phones, wallets and a red 2014 Kia Sorento with the Minnesota license plate 723-KVL. The couple remained tied up for nearly 90 minutes until Karen Davis was able to free herself and call 911.
Police say the suspects are still on the run and should be considered armed and dangerous. Two of the men were in their 40s and one was in his 30s, and they are all black, according to police.
Police confirm there were two guns and one was fired inside the home. They say the homeowners were not hit, but one of the suspects might have been shot. That is still under investigation.
Police say there was a trail of blood in front of the house.
John Davis was taken to the hospital with neck and back injuries; Karen Davis was not hurt seriously but shaken up. John Davis was in stable condition Sunday and declined to talk with us.
Police are asking for the public's help in finding the missing vehicle. They say that is their biggest lead in finding the suspects.