Police searching for gunmen in overnight invasion

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Police are searching for suspects after a violent home invasion early Monday morning.

Police responded to the home invasion call about 2 a.m. in the 6300 block of South Santa Fe.

Authorities say two armed men forced their way into a home.

The homeowners was coming home when he was met in front of his home by two men armed with handguns.

Police say the suspects forced him inside at gunpoint, tied him up and robbed him.

Police don't have much of a description, two black men, and they also admit they don't know much about why the victim was targeted.

Police say, after the two men tied up the homeowner they made their way through the house and stole a couple of guns from inside the home and from a vehicle parked outside.

The homeowner untied himself after the suspects left.

He ran next door to a neighbor's home to call 911.

He is uninjured.