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Officials Investigate Armed Home Invasion In Holt

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HOLT, Mich. (WLNS) - Ingham County officials are investigating an overnight armed home invasion on the 5200 block of Holt Rd. in Holt.

It happened around 3 A.M. Tuesday morning, when officials say two suspects knocked on the door of the residence, tackled the homeowner to the ground and also ordered his pregnant girlfriend to the ground.

Daniel Faidley says items were taken from the home, including a handgun, cash, jewelry, legally grown marijuana and his SUV, a 1999 black Ford Expedition with tinted windows. The license plate number is CNN-7564.

The suspects are unknown at this time, but are described as a white male and a black male wearing dark clothes with ski masks and gloves.

Faidley says because he was expecting a guest, he left his garage door open. The suspects were able to come through the garage, upstairs and knock on his door. "When they came to the door I opened it. They hit me in the face with the gun," he says.

This comes just one day after another home invasion in the area. Police do not believe they are related and have two suspects in custody from yesterday's invasion.

If you have any information, you are asked to call Detective Charles Buckland with the Delhi Division at the Ingham County Sheriff's Department at (517)-244-1897.

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