Deputies seek two men after woman shot during home invasion
Deputies investigate home invasion involving shooting on Walnut St. (FOX Carolina)
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -
A woman is back home from the hospital after being shot during a home invasion Sunday night while deputies with the Anderson County Sheriff's Office said they continue to search for two suspects.
Deputies said the crime happened around 10 p.m. Sunday at a home along Walnut Drive in Anderson County. They said two masked men with handguns entered the residence and made the two homeowners lay on the floor. When the men started rummaging through the house, the female resident got up and ran for the door. Deputies said that's when one of the suspects shot her once in the right shoulder.
The victim made it to a neighbor's house, who, deputies said,was already on the phone with 911, stating she heard gunfire next door.
Deputies said the suspects fled on foot after the shooting. They said a K-9 team ran to track but did not locate the suspects.
Deputies said the female was transported by EMS to AnMed with a non-life threatening injury. The male homeowner was not injured.
FOX Carolina crews at the scene said the victim returned home from the hospital before 5 a.m. Monday and stated she was very sore, but was otherwise okay.
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