Columbus police are investigating a Tuesday home invasion on Winston Road in which seven people were held at gunpoint, but no one was injured, according to a report.
Four of the victims described the two attackers as black men between 25 and 35 years old who are between 5 feet 7 inches and 5 feet 10 inches tall. Both suspects allegedly have a medium build. They two were in black clothing and black bandannas, and one wore white and blue Nike material, according to the report.
Three of the victims said the unidentified home invaders appear to be between 20 and 25 years old.
Police reports show that no one has been arrested in connection to the 11:07 p.m. incident.
Authorities said an officer was called over to the 1000 block of Winston Road in response to a reported home invasion and multiple armed robberies in the area.
He was told that the 68-year-old man who lives in the apartment invited six of his friends over to his place to watch sports. Everyone was in the living room watching the basketball game when the front door swung open and two armed men entered the residence with pistols, according to the tenant.
One was carrying a black semi-automatic pistol with a long magazine attached to it, reports show.
Police were told that the men aimed the weapons at everyone and demanded that the victims get on the floor.
The occupants followed the robbers' demand, and the men allegedly went from person to person stealing money and wallets.
The ages of the Columbus victims range from 68 to 48 years old. Only one of the seven victims was a woman.