An Upper Hanover man was met at his home late last Wednesday night by two armed men who robbed him at gunpoint, state police said.
According to state police, Skippack barracks, the 42-year-old victim came home to his house in the 2900 block of Kutztown Road about 12:50 a.m. when he was confronted by two men as he unlocked his door.
The men, who approached him while his back was turned, told him not to move. Authorities said the man turned and saw two men wearing black ski masks and black gloves standing in his driveway.
Police said one of the men displayed a handgun and forced the man into his home. The men reportedly rummaged through the home where they located an undisclosed amount of cash and 10 guns, including two pistols and eight long guns.
The homeowner was then bound in his basement, police said.
The burglars then fled the scene with the cash and weapons in the man’s silver 2006 Ford F150, with registration ZCF5779.
The burglars were described as white males; one approximately 5’11” tall, weighing approximately 180 pounds, the other 5’7” tall, weighing approximately 205 pounds.
State police are not releasing any other details on the case as an investigation continues. Anyone with information is asked to call Tpr. Brian Schutter at (610)584-3835.