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Alexandria police investigating possible home invasion robbery

Alexandria police are investigating a possible home invasion robbery near Mark Center.

A woman reportedly told police she was tied up and robbed during an early morning home invasion on Saturday in the 1400 block of Catlin Lane. Police responded to her residence around 5:15 a.m. after she said she had been hog tied and robbed of her car and personal items by two men armed with a gun.

Detectives searched for clues and the suspects amid a large police presence in the area.

Via social media this morning police described the crime as a burglary, not a robbery, however.

Photo via Google Maps

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