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New details: Pensacola home invasion

PENSACOLA -- We're learning more about an attack and home invasion in Pensacola. The Escambia County Sheriff's office says they're looking for two men, believed to be armed and dangerous. The men forced their way into a home on Charter Oaks Drive, off Olive Road on Friday at 9 a.m.
Deputies say the two men forced their way into the home and severely beat a woman and two men.The two men have been described as black males. One 6’2” and the other  6'5”. They bound the three victims with zip ties and beat them with a  gun. They also took a large amount of cash and other items.  Deputies say the suspects had the victims under surveillance and most likely knew their schedule and when they'd be home. The sheriff wouldn't release the victims' names but says the general public has no reason to be concerned. He says the attack is probably tied to drugs.
Sheriff David Morgan: "The victims and the suspects, we think there is a peripheral relationship meaning there is at least a third party separating the two parties, but we believe as this investigation continues that we'll be able to show a tie there of at least having some known associates."
The sheriff's office is looking for a tan Chevy Tahoe with tinted windows.  It was seen across the street with the engine running at the time of the invasion. It has Alabama license plate, 31G22F2.If you see it... Or have any information on this attack, you're asked to call crime stoppers at 433-STOP. Again, the two men are considered armed and dangerous.