Two men remain at large who police say forced their way into an Aberdeen apartment last Friday evening, sexually assaulted a woman inside and stole money from her.

Aberdeen Police Department officers responded to a call at Terrace Park Apartments, in the 700 block of West Bel Air Avenue, around 7:30 p.m. Jan. 12, according to a department news release.


When they arrived, the officers heard the sounds of a person in distress coming from behind an apartment door, according to the release Fearing someone was injured, the officers entered the apartment and found a woman, 19, bound, gagged and injured.

Officers immediately sought medical care for the woman, who was taken to the University of Maryland Harford Memorial Hospital in Havre de Grace.

Police search for suspects in Aberdeen home invasion

Aberdeen police are looking for a man who forced his way into an Aberdeen home early Monday morning and assaulted a man inside.

Police said the woman was in her apartment when two men entered uninvited and began assaulting her. The suspects then ransacked the apartment, stole cash and ran out of the apartment. The men were gone when police arrived, according to Sgt. Will Reiber, of the Aberdeen Police Department.

Police weren't able to get a better description of the men, who remained at large Thursday.

"Other than money that was taken, that's all we know," Reiber said. "We're relying on the community, that anyone who's heard anything, we're asking those people to step forward and be a voice for the victim."

Police are unsure if the victim, who lived in the apartment, was the target.

"We can't establish a connection between the victim and her attackers. These two individuals are at large who we don't have any information about," Reiber said Wednesday. "We're treating them as dangerous. the public should be concerned, and I'm saying that because two people physically entered someone's apartment and carried out that crime."

Anyone with information is requested to contact the Aberdeen Police Department at 410-272-2121 and ask to speak with Detective Garrett.

Harford County’s “Choose Civility” campaign kicked off with a breakfast event at the Water’s Edge Events Center in Belcamp on Wednesday.