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Lubbock Police over the weekend had to respond to a home invasion in the 2100 block of 58th Street. According to the report Lubbock Police were called at 11:32 this past Thursday.

According to KAMC, Lubbock Police say that the victims, a married couple, heard banging coming from their front door. The husband went to the door and that's when gunfire erupted.

According to the report, the victims, a married couple, heard banging coming from their front door. The victims found two suspects kicking the door. The report stated the husband tried to block the door, and a suspect showed him a gun. The victim told officers the suspects “said something to the effect of ‘give us the money or we are going to kill you.'”

The victim told police the suspects shot through the door and kicked it open, so he grabbed a piece of the broken door frame to defend himself and was shot “multiple times.” According to the police report, the husband tried to chase the two outside and was dragged back into the home. The victim said he was hit in the head with an unknown object and blacked out.

KAMC reports that as of Thursday, no arrests in the case had been made.

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