Wenlon Drive Home Invasion; Over $9,400 in Items Stolen

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Just before midnight Sunday morning, two victims told a Murfreesboro Police officer they'd been the robbed at gunpoint. The incident occurred in the 13-hundred block of Wenlon Drive. The victims, Michael Williams and Ron Sermons, told M-P-D four black males with guns forced their way into their apartment. They both reported they were forced to strip down to their underwear and told not to call police or they'd be killed...all while their home was burglarized. While inside the apartment, the suspects also took items belonging to another roommate, who was not home at the time. Items taken include an XBox 360, a Playstation 3, various games, a MacBook Pro, nine pair of Nike Air Jordan shoes and more...valued at more than 94-hundred dollars. One of the suspects is described as a black male with long dreads and wearing a Bob Marley t-shirt. The victims also report two of the suspects looked like twins. If you have any information on the home invasion, call CrimeStoppers at 893-STOP. You can remain anonymous and could receive a cash reward if your information leads to an arrest.


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