Police are looking for two male suspects who forced their way into a South Quincy home and bound a woman with duct tape in her bedroom early this morning, officials said.
Wearing dark hooded sweatshirts, two men broke into a home on Albertina Street at about 5 a.m., according to Captain John Dougan.
One of the men told the 26-year-old woman he had a knife.
The women did not see her assailants’ faces, Dougan said, and she was not injured in the incident.
Dougan described the assailants as two white males, one of whom is 5 feet 4 inches tall and the other about 5 feet 8 inches tall.
The pair took a couple televisions, a PlayStation game, and Rockstar video game console, Dougan said.
Police arrived at the home two minutes after receiving a 911 call, but the suspects had already fled the scene.
“There’s more than meets the eye to it,” Dougan said detectives told him. “It’s not what it appears to be.”
Dougan declined to comment further on the incident, stating that the investigation is ongoing.
On the beat
Columnist Shirley Leung says Boston mayor-elect Martin J. Walsh should focus on middle-class housing. Read more