Two masked men forced their way into a Bellevue home and robbed a resident at gunpoint Thursday night, police said.
The victim called 911 just after 8 p.m. to tell police he’d been robbed in his home in the 100 block of Attwood Terrace, according to a police report.
The two suspects knocked on the man’s door, and when he answered, they forced their way in, Detective Marc Linder said.
The man was home by himself and was not injured.
As no arrests had been made as of Friday afternoon, Linder declined to release pertinent details about the case, including what the two men took before fleeing the home.
Linder did say detectives recovered some property, but he declined to say what exactly.
He also declined to say whether both men were armed.
“I can’t go into detail,” he said.
The victim was unable to identify the two men, as they were wearing clothing and masks that concealed their identities.
But Linder is confident he knows who the two suspects are, and was working Friday to wrap up the case.
“Any information the public can give would be appreciated” he said.
To share tips about Thursday’s robbery, call the Bellevue Police Department at 419-483-4444.