Police: Men break into home, assault resident while family sleeps

Police: Men break into home, assault resident while family sleeps
Sketch of one of the men police say broke into a Kirkland home and assaulted a resident. (Courtesy of Kirkland Police Department)

KIKRLAND, Wash. -- The Kirkland Police Department is looking for two men it says broke into a home Saturday morning and assaulted the homeowner while his family slept.

According to police, the men entered the home in the 13700 block of Northeast 133rd Street shortly after 6 a.m. and grabbed the homeowner from his bed.

The men took the homeowner to the basement, where they attacked him with an "edged weapon" while his family slept, according to police.

The first suspect is described as a 20 to 30-year-old Asian man weighing 150 to 160 pounds with an average build. He has hazel eyes, a dark goatee and a white spike piercing through his lower lip.

The second suspect is described as a 20 to 30-year-old black man weighing approximately 190 pounds with a muscular build. He has dark skin, short black hair and a deep voice.

The homeowner told officers he didn't know the men, and officers have yet to determine a motive for the attack.