State police are investigating a home invasion that sent a Colchester man to the hospital.
Police say they responded to 44 Main Street around 4:56 a.m. Sunday after a reported home invasion.
According to police, the 20-year-old victim reported two men wearing ski masks entered his apartment and attacked him. Police say the victim was pulled out of bed by the two men, who demanded “Give me everything you got” and “give it up.” One man was armed with a knife.
The victim’s wrists were duct taped and he led his assailants to his money. The victim was then thrown to the ground and hit in the head multiple times, according to police. Police say a small amount of marijuana was also taken from the home.
The victim suffered cuts to the bead and a laceration on his right bicep. He initially refused treatment but was transported to Marlborough Clinic for treatment, according to police.
Police describe the victims as approximately 5’9” to 6’ 1” with small to medium builds, wearing dark colored clothing and jeans. One was reported wearing dark colored skate shows. The males left in an unknown vehicle parked behind the building. It is believed they fled onto Cragin Court.
Anyone with information should contact state police, Troop K at 860 465 5400.