BALTIMORE (WMAR) - Howard County Police are looking for three men responsible for a home invasion.
Police say that three suspects displaying handguns entered a home through an unlocked front door in the 8300 block of Tamar Drive on Tuesday.
The three entered the home and confronted the resident and a visitor and demanded prescription medication.
One of the suspects hit the visitor with the butt of a handgun, causing a laceration to his face.
The suspects stole prescription medication, a pair of Nike Blue Air Max sneakers and electronics before fleeing the area.
The first suspect was described as a heavy set black male, 6' tall with a dark complexion, and shoulder length dreadlocks wearing a blue sweatshirt, jeans and a mask.
The second suspect was described as being a skinny black male about 5'5" tall, wearing a beige shirt, jeans and no mask.
The last suspect was described as a black male with a light complexion, short hair and wearing a light colored shirt, jeans and a blue mask.
Anyone with any information is asked to call police.
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