Homeowner Gets Into Gun Battle With Armed Invader

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DES MOINES, WASHINGTON — A homeowner and home invasion suspect exchanged gunfire one night just after dark, and police are still searching for the suspect.

The incident happened last month during an otherwise quiet evening. When neighbors heard gunshots, they called 911 to report them. Shortly after, and while police were responding, the homeowner called 911 to report the home invasion and shots fired.

When police arrived, a K-9 was not able to track down the suspect, but a vehicle in front of the house could belong to the suspect.

The homeowner was not shot during the incident, but did suffer minor injuries.

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