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UPDATE: Austintown police investigating invasion

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AUSTINTOWN, Ohio - Austintown police are continuing to investigate a violent weekend break in.

A woman told police two men walked through the back door of her North Roanoke Avenue home looking for her boyfriend.

The woman was pistol whipped by one of the men while the other searched the home demanding money.

Police say the boyfriend arrived and began firing shots as the intruders left.

Although police found a trail of blood, they have not located the two suspects.

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