NORTH CANTON: Two gunmen forced their way inside a North Canton apartment early Monday morning and robbed four people inside, police said.
According to a report, police said it appears the men kicked in the front door of the apartment in the 100 block of Applegrove Street Northeast and held a woman and three guests at gunpoint.
The intruders ransacked the apartment and took cash and property. Police said the victims were also attacked, but none was seriously injured. During the attack, one of the gunman fired a shot into a bedroom ceiling.
No suspects have been identified.
Police describe the gunmen as two black men, one with a heavy build, wearing all dark clothing, a black cap and a black hoodie. The second man was thinner, with facial hair and also wearing all black clothing.
North Canton police and Summit County sheriff’s deputies with their K-9 unit searched the area around the apartment but failed to locate the robbers.
Anyone with information is asked to contact North Canton police at 330-499-5911.