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OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities are searching for two men who allegedly robbed and beat a man in his Oklahoma City home.

On Wednesday morning, officers were called to a home in the 2200 block of S.W. 49th St. after the victim reported being robbed by two men inside his home.

According to the police report, the victim heard someone┬áknocking at his front door and was met by two men standing on his porch. One of the men asked if he could use the victim’s phone.

The victim told investigators that he let the man in the doorway, and that’s when the alleged suspect pulled out a gun.

The man reportedly told the man to hand over any money or jewelry he had in the house.

“The [victim] stated he had no cash, and he told the suspect to go ahead and shoot him because he had cancer and he was not afraid to die,” the report alleges.

At that point, the alleged suspects went through the victim’s home and reportedly stole several pieces of jewelry and a small baggie of marijuana.

The victim told officers that the alleged suspects hit him three times in the head with the gun before they left his home.

The victim was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant.

One of the alleged suspects is described as a Hispanic man, between 24 and 30-years-old, weighing 225 pounds with a large build. He had black hair, brown eyes and stands about 6’1″ tall. The victim also said the man had tattoos on his face, neck and arms.

The second alleged suspect is described as a white man, standing 5’10” tall and weighing 165 pounds. He had a medium build, brown eyes and was between 20 and 26-years-old.