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Home invasion leads to chase, arrests

August 13, 2012

WOONSOCKET (AP) — Woonsocket police say they have several people in custody after a home invasion and subsequent car chase.
Police say three men broke into an apartment on Front Street at about 7 a.m. Sunday wearing masks and demanding cash.
Residents told police at least two of the men had guns and at least one shot was fired. Nobody was hurt.
Police chased a gray BMW from the scene.
The driver was arrested after she crashed near Hamlet Ave. and Cumberland street
Police say other arrests were made after passengers fled the vehicle during the pursuit.
The names of the suspects and the charges they face have not been released.

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