Police are searching for three men who forced their way into a Queens home after one of them posed as a UPS worker.
According to authorities, the brazen home invasion happened at a residence on Baisley Boulevard in the St. Albans
section of Queens early Friday morning.
Cops say one of the suspects, who was donning a UPS uniform knocked on the door. When someone opened the door, the man revealed a firearm before two other men - who were not wearing uniforms - pushed their way inside.
Once inside, the men ransacked the home, removing cash and jewelry from the home. The quickly fled the scene.
Six people who were inside the home at the time of the incident, were left unharmed.
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