Police say an employee of this special needs facility was forced to duct tape his co-workers during a home invasion.
Employees of a South Jersey special needs facility are shaken up this morning following an armed home invasion in which one employee was forced to duct tape his co-workers.
East Greenwich Township Police Chief Barry Jenkins told NBC10 that three men armed with handguns approached a male employee as he was taking out the trash at a special needs facility on the 200 block of Whiskey Mill Road in Clarksboro, New Jersey. They say they forced the man back inside the building and then forced him to duct tape three of his co-workers.
The men then proceeded to duct tape the man before robbing the facility and fleeing the scene..
"At this time, detectives are inside determining what was taken," Jenkins said.
All ten residents of the facility were sleeping at the time of the incident and no one was injured.
Police confirm they are looking for three armed black males in connection with the crime.