LONG LAKE, Minn. (AP) -- Police in the Lake Minnetonka area are looking for three men they say broke into a Long Lake home, tied up and beat a husband and wife and stole their car.
Wayzata Police say on Sunday the three suspects are still at large. The Star Tribune reports they forced their way into a home Saturday and bound the couple with duct tape in their basement.
The woman freed herself after about 90 minutes and called police. Investigators believe the men were in the home for most of those 90 minutes, during which a gun went off and one of the suspects may have been struck by a bullet fired by his accomplice.
Police are looking for a red 2014 Kia Sorento with Minnesota license 723-KVL. They say the men could be armed and dangerous.
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