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Four men in custody after terrifying Akron home invasion

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AKRON, OH (WOIO) -

Police officers say a man and woman are safe after a home invasion Monday morning.

It happened around 11:30 a.m. in the 800 block of Chalker Street.

The resident tells police two men showed up at his door, asking about the television he had for sale. The two suspects then entered the house.

Within minutes, they ordered the resident on the floor at gunpoint.  Another resident, a female, hid inside of the house and called police.  

The two suspects took the television set and fled to a parked car where two other males were waiting.  

Responding officers were given a description of the vehicle involved in the home invasion robbery.  

The vehicle was stopped at North High Street and East Market Street.  

Akron Police Officers arrested four males: Devin M. Moore, 22,  Anthony Sanders, Jr., 23, Demetri L. Mingo, 24, and Da'Vionne D. Laramore, 20.

They were all charged with aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery and booked into the Summit County Jail.

Officers recovered the victim's cell phone and a BB gun.  Officers also found over 10 grams of marijuana inside of the vehicle.

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