Raleigh, N.C. — Two Raleigh homeowners were tied up during a home invasion early Sunday, police said.
Two armed men broke into the house at 3105 Sherry Drive around 4 a.m., woke up the couple who live there and demanded money from them, police said. The men tied up the couple and left after about 30 minutes, taking an unknown amount of money and a few other items.
Police said the husband and wife managed to get to a phone and call 911. They were unharmed.
No arrests have been made.