NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A 66-year-old man was left handcuffed after a group of men broke into his home in Nashville.
It happened just before 1 p.m. on the 1100 block of 2nd Avenue South when a neighbor saw a man sitting on the sidewalk outside his home handcuffed.
Once police responded, the man told officers that a group of men broke into his home.
The victim told police he walked out of his house around 10 a.m. when he saw two dark-colored vehicles and two armed men wearing all black get out of the vehicle and approach him.
The men apparently forced the victim back into his house, demanded money, and handcuffed him. He said they proceeded to punch him and hit him with their weapons.
The men broke open a safe with a small amount of marijuana and some cash, leaving the victim on his back.
The homeowner was then slowly able to get up and walk outside. He suffered a broken nose and other suffered a broken nose and other non life-threatening injuries.
The Metro Nashville Police Department is investigating and searching for suspects.
They were described as two men in their mid-30s, about 5'10" tall with long dreads, and a muscular build.