2 arrested after home invasion, vehicle robbery
Updated On: Feb 27 2013 03:00:59 PM EST
Miami-Dade police are looking for two more men involved in a home invasion and vehicle robbery early Wednesday.
Four men broke into a house at 356 NE 111th Street about 1:48 a.m. Tuesday, kicked in the door, and stole the keys to two cars, a black 2010 Dodge Challenger and burgundy Ford F-150, police say.
"They came through the front," said the homeowner. "It's still under investigation, so were not going to talk about it. They were sitting outside, waiting."
The F-150 is equipped with a tracking device, and police found it near Northwest 99th Street and 11th Avenue. Officers saw four men abandon the truck near Northwest 41st Street and 15th Avenue.
Police caught two of them men. Two others, who are considered armed and dangerous, remain at large.
"We do have two in custody. Investigators will talk to them throughout the morning, which may lead to the other two arrests," said Miami-Dade police detective Alvaro Zabaleta.
The Challenger is still missing.
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