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Police: Men turn selves in for home-invasion beating, robbery

Police: Men turn selves in for home-invasion beating, robbery
Able and Aron Gebregergish
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LAKE FOREST PARK, Wash. -- Two of the three men involved in a home-invasion robbery and beating earlier this month turned themselves in Monday night, according to the Lake Forest Park Police Department.

Able Gebregergish, 24, and Aron Gebregergish, 22, showed up at the King County Jail around 8:30 p.m. and were booked for investigation of robbery and felony harassment in connection with the July 1 incident.

According to police, Able and Aron, along with a third man, went to a house in the 2600 block of Northeast 195th Street around 7:30 a.m. and attacked the three people sleeping inside.

The men, two of whom were armed with pistols, threatened to kill the victims and stole several items, according to police.

One of the victims was an ex-girlfriend of one of the men, and he still had a key to the house. According to police, the attack was apparently meant to get revenge on the ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend.

Police have yet to identify the third attacker.
 

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