MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — North St. Paul police are asking for the public’s help in locating two men who invaded and robbed a home Thursday evening.

According to police, officers responded at 10:50 p.m. to the report of a home invasion on the 2600 block of 19th Avenue.

The victim told police two unknown men approached the residence and rang the doorbell. When the homeowner answered the door, the two men pushed their way in and stole numerous items from the homeowner.

They then fled the residence in an unknown direction.

Anyone with information — or who observes anything suspicious — is asked to please call 911.

Comments (2)
  1. “Be on the lookout for two men.” Golly gee. They forgot to say: The public is not in danger.”

  2. ftkencase says:

    I will be moving to 15th shortly and this will be right inbetween the two hassles we will cal them.
    Please make it clear what the law is for protecting yourself in MN. I know you need to feel threatened and they did so I may have shot them being in the situation they were in. Some states they act like it is no big deal shoot them and it is over, however being a vet and being in combat the feelings after words are happy it was not you and understanding it was the only way, you still have to live and deal with your reactions. Those who shoot and say it would not bother them are or have never been in a situation such as these. I am not saying I would not protect my people because I definately would, it is something, just as the law more less states, a last ditch effort