Man assaulted, robbed by thieves who forced their way into Detroit group home, police say

Officials search for 3 men

DETROIT – A 56-year-old man was assaulted and robbed two thieves who forced their way into a Detroit group home, police said.

Resident Shante Rice said she knows the people who live at the adult group home on Manor Street just off I-96. She watches out for them and was stunned that they were targeted by thieves.

At 8 a.m. Wednesday, sources told Local 4 that two men forced their way into the group home and pushed a 56-year-old man to the floor. They took his debit card before leaving, authorities said.

While they used the card to take $1,600 from the man at an ATM, Project Green Light cameras captured video of the two men and a third who stood as a lookout, police said.

Investigators are searching for the men. Anyone who recognizes them from the surveillance video is asked to call the Detroit Police Department.

You can see the footage and watch Shawn Ley’s full story in the video above.

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