Two men break into home with knife, demand cash

A BRISBANE couple is reeling this morning after two men broke into their Inala home after midnight, brandishing a knife and demanding cash.

Police say the two men forced their way into the Cassia Place home at 1.20am, confronted the man and woman inside, then fled with cash.

Noone was physically injured.

Police are now investigating.

One of the thieves was described as Asian, 165cm tall and wearing a dark shirt and jeans.

The other was fair skinned, about 185cm tall and in a dark jacket.


Topics:  crime justice

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