Kansas City police are looking for two men who robbed a woman at her home Friday.
Police said just before 5 p.m., the victim heard a knock on her door near 31 Street and Park Avenue. She thought it was a family member, so she opened the door. There she found two men, one holding a gun.
Police said they forced their way in and ordered the victim to lie on the floor while they ransacked the apartment. Police said they took her TV, wallet and computer.
About an hour later police said the two men were seen using the victim's credit card at Benton Market at 18 Street and Benton Boulevard. Police provided surveillance photos of the two men in hopes someone will recognize them.
Police say the first man is 6'2", was wearing dark sweatpants, white shoes, a black hooded jacket and a black hat with a red brim and white writing. The second man is 5'6" with a short faded haircut and was wearing dark jeans, dark shoes and a gray hooded sweatshirt under a black jacket.
If you know anything about the crime, call the TIPS hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477).
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