Town of Fulton couple robbed in their home
TOWN OF FULTON—Authorities are searching for two men who held a couple at gunpoint in their town of Fulton home and robbed them of guns, money and a pickup truck during a home invasion late Friday.
The Rock County Sheriff’s Office reports that shortly before 11 p.m. Friday, two armed men entered an unlocked house at West Miles Road where a man and his wife were at home. They held the man and his wife at gunpoint and demanded access to a safe, police said.
The two men took several long guns, a couple of handguns along with ammunition and an undetermined amount of cash, and then fled in a red 2011 Ford F250 Super Duty pickup truck that also belonged to the couple, police said.
The truck has Wisconsin dual purpose farm plates listed as GL7661, police said.
The male homeowner was injured during the robbery, and was treated for minor cuts and a bloody nose at Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center in Janesville, police said.
The men are described as white and in their late teens or early twenties. Both are thin and between five feet, seven inches and five feet, nine inches tall. They were wearing ski masks during the robbery, police said.
The two men are still on the loose and police say they’re considered armed and dangerous. Police are asking anyone who sees them to call the Rock County Communications Center at (608) 757-2244.