HILLSDALE, Kan. (AP) — The search continues for two suspects who broke into a northeast Kansas home and tied up the female resident.
The search began Tuesday and was concentrated for most of the day northeast of Louisburg in Miami County.
Authorities say three men broke into a home in the unincorporated town of Hillsdale Tuesday morning. Police said they tied the woman up, ransacked her home and fled.
After a car carrying the suspects was stopped, one of the men was quickly captured but the other two escaped into the woods.
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