Police seek 4 in Greensburg apartment invasion
Greensburg police are looking for four people in connection with an invasion at a West Second Street apartment.
The suspects — two men and two women — kicked in the front and rear doors of the man's apartment about 1:30 a.m. Friday, then ordered the victim to pay money they said the he owed them, police said.
The two male suspects drove the man to a Main Street bank and forced him to withdraw $600 from an automated teller machine, authorities said. The suspects next took the victim to the Sunoco on West Pittsburgh Street, where the victim withdrew another $200 from an automated teller machine, authorities said.
The assailants threatened to beat up the victim if he didn't comply, police said.
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