Update:State Rep. Asks for Prayers After His In-Laws' House Was Invaded
Montgomery Police are investigating a home invasion that happened earlier today. Investigators say three people were home when two men broke in. One suspect is in custody, but the other is at large.
State Representative Jay Love says his in-laws live at the home where the invasion happened. He says his mother-in-law is suffering from broken bones and bruises.
The homeowners are Claud And Louise Walker. Both home when it happened.
But Love says the suspects have taken more than that. Because now he says it will be a while until his 73-year-old mother-in-law will feel safe again in her home.
"The emotional scars will be there for a lot longer," he says.
Love says when the men hit her she fell to the ground. He says doctors haven't found any signs of brain damage.
CBS 8 News did talk with the third victim's family member. She didn't want to go on camera, but she says her sister was a housekeeper here. She says she is suffering from minor injuries.