Homeowner feared for her life during home invasion.on May 11, 2012 @ 7:34 am (Updated: 8:28 am - 5/11/12 )
The robbers, wearing bandanas over their faces, broke through a glass door at the home of Ramio and Norma Fernandez at 74th St and South Ainsworth.
"There was a gun pointing at me with a laser and I cannot move and he said, 'We want your money. We want your jewelry,'" Mr. Fernandez told KING 5.
Police say Mr. Fernandez tried to escape "however one of the suspects chased him down, assaulted him and physically pulled him back into the residence," said Tacoma Police Lieutenant Jerry Laramie.
Norma Fernandez says she feared for her life.
The robbers tore up the house and got away with two duffel bags full of cash and valuables. There were no serious injuries to the couple.
Police dogs were not able to track the robbers, who appeared to talking with a woman accomplice using two-way radios during the robbery.
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