BEAVERTON, Ore. (KOIN 6) — Three men forced their way into a mobile home and tied up two people, one of the victim’s told KOIN 6 News.
A victim of the alleged crime, who is a minor, but whose father granted him permission to speak with KOIN 6 News under the condition that names not be used, said the men forced their way into the home around 2 a.m. at the Heritage Village Mobile Home Community.
The teen said his father and a roommate were both tied up by the three suspects who wore black pants, sweaters and shoes. At least one of the suspects wore a ski mask, the teen said.
“They told me not to move and stay still, and not do anything stupid,” the teen said.
The boy said he was scared but cooperated with the suspects’ demands. It doesn’t appear anything was taken, the teen said.
The roommate was struck by one of the suspects who carried a shotgun, the teen said. The injuries were not life-threatening.
The boy and his father both described the people inside the home as “nervous.”
One of the suspects was “sweating a lot,” the teen said.
The motive for the home invasion remains unclear. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office confirmed detectives are investigating, but could not provide any more details about the case.
Anyone with information on the case is asked to call the non-emergency number at (503) 629-0111.