Police: Woman attacked by home invasion suspects in Georgia

DUNWOODY, Ga. (WHDH) — Police in Georgia are looking for two men who were seen on camera attacking a woman inside her own house.

Police said the men broke in through a kitchen window on Nov. 9 and waited for the woman to come home. After the woman came home from taking her children to the bus stop, police said one of the men beat her with a metal pipe and gun. The other allegedly robbed the apartment.

“It was a very violent attack, from the moment she walked in that house, for about 10 minutes,” said Dunwoody Police Sgt. Aaron Belt.

Police said the suspects got away with money, jewelry and other personal items. Anyone with information is asked to call the police.

“Everything has changed here because of the sense of security and stability is not the same,” said the victim, who asked to not be identified. “The fear is always following me, when I’m home.”

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