Three men force their way into Aberdeen home, rob residents

An Aberdeen home was robbed by men who forced their way in Friday night, the city's police reported Tuesday morning.

Police responded to the first block of Swan Street at about 5:20 p.m. for reports of a female screaming, Lt. Fred Budnick said in a press release.

Arriving officers found that three men, brandishing a handgun, had forced their way into a residence in the first block of Swan Street, he said in an email. "The suspects removed some valuables and currency from the home and fled the area on foot."

The four people in the home at the time, whom Budnick said he believed were friends, were not injured.

The suspects are described only as black men, two of whom wore black jackets and one of whom wore a gray, hooded sweat shirt.

The Havre de Grace police dog assisted during the incident.

Anyone with any information is asked to call the Aberdeen Police Department, Criminal Investigations Section, 410-272-2121.

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