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Warren police investigating early morning home invasion

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WARREN, Ohio - Police are investigating a home invasion in Warren where two victims say they were tied up and held at gunpoint by five suspects.

The incident was reported Tuesday morning, shortly after 1:00 a.m. at 1010 Mason Street NW. The victims said that five people entered the house with guns and tied them up while they ransacked the house.

The five suspects eventually left and the victims were able to break free; one of them had to be treated for an injury to the head after being hit with a gun. 

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