TERROR IN THEIR OWN HOME: Homeowner tied up, wheelchair-bound wife stashed in closet during brutal home invasion

Authorities in Texas are investigating a home invasion on Sunday night which reportedly involved a homeowner and his disabled wife.

According to KTRK, three men jumped the backyard fence of a Dickinson home and gained entry through an unlocked back door. Dickinson police detective Guadalupe Vasquez said the trio tied up the male homeowner, pistol-whipped him, and put his wife, a wheelchair user, in a closet before fleeing with several bottles of prescription medicines.

The man was reportedly treated at the scene for a minor head injury. The news station reported that authorities do not believe the suspects took anything else from the Dickinson home.

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The homeowner’s wife reportedly managed to call 911 during the home invasion. She was not harmed during Sunday’s reported incident.

A description of the three suspects or their getaway car is not immediately available.

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[Featured image: KTRK video screengrab]