A 67-year-old man was injured Saturday when three males broke into his dwelling in Brentwood, New Hampshire, tied him up, and beat him, in accordance with police.
Brentwood police mentioned officers responded to the residence on Smith Highway the place the 67-year-old, affected by a “seen deep laceration” on his hand, instructed officers he had been assaulted on his again and chest, “inflicting him extreme ache.”
“He said three males appeared at his dwelling indicating he needed to depart the home,” police mentioned. “He said that they grew to become aggressive and that he was jumped and assaulted. Following the altercation, the assailants taped his palms and tied his toes along with rope.”
Police mentioned the boys untied the 67-year-old earlier than leaving him in his entrance yard; it was later decided a gun was stolen from the house.
The stolen firearm has since been recovered in Massachusetts, and police mentioned Monday investigators consider they’ve recognized the three males and that warrants will likely be issued.
The injured resident is being handled for rib fractures and a damaged scapula at an space hospital.
“This was an remoted incident and we don’t consider the general public is [in] any hazard at the moment,” police mentioned.
Anybody with details about the incident is urged to contact police at 603-642-8817.
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