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Police identify home invasion suspect

West Fargo police believe they've identified a juvenile involved in a reported armed home invasion. Patrol officers responded Tuesday night to the Prairie Parkway Apartments, where four or five males reportedly entered a third-floor apartment. On...

West Fargo police believe they've identified a juvenile involved in a reported armed home invasion.

Patrol officers responded Tuesday night to the Prairie Parkway Apartments, where four or five males reportedly entered a third-floor apartment. One of them threatened the occupants with a long gun, possibly a shotgun, according to a news release issued by the West Fargo Police Department.

No shots were fired, the release stated.

Investigators have identified a male juvenile they believe was involved in the home invasion and are looking for other suspects, Police Chief Arland Rasmussen said.

He said investigators have not determined a motive and have not recovered a weapon.

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West Fargo police responded to the incident at 1151 Prairie Parkway just after 8 p.m., after a resident reported that a male lowered himself onto her patio, ran through her apartment yelling "gun, gun," and left through her front door.

Three other males in the third-floor apartment may have jumped from the balcony to the ground. One was taken to the hospital for a leg or hip injury, the news release said.

One of the males who fled the apartment called police from a nearby business.

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