Home invaders in Peace River, Alberta

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Photo:  This is a sketch of a person that may have been involved in the second invasion – Submitted.

Police are warning residents just across the border of home invaders dressed in disguise.

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Last Friday, a home in Peace River, Alberta was invaded by three men posing as repairmen.

They claimed to be investigating a gas-leak in the home. The RCMP say the men had a long-barreled weapon and a handgun.

In another incident last month, three men dressed as police officers went to a home in Grimshaw, Alberta.

Police say no one was hurt in either incident. One intruder is described as six foot eight, Caucasian and 30 to 45 years old.

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Police are asking residents to check for identification and use caution when allowing people in their home.

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