Police search for North Nashville home invasion suspects who fired at officers

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Police are searching for three suspects wanted for a home invasion in North Nashville Thursday night.

It happened on Hermosa Street near Charlotte Pike around 11:30 p.m.

The victim told News 2 she was home alone when she heard a knock at her door and saw three men standing outside.

When she didn’t let them in, they broke a window and came inside. The victim hid inside her closet and called 911.

Once police arrived, the three men ran and at least one of them fired a gun at the officers, according to Metro police.

No one was hit but the three men did get away.

The victim described the suspects as young men, between the ages of 18 and 20, all wearing dark clothing and masks.

Metro police processed the crime scene and collected DNA in hopes of identifying these men.

Metro police spokesman Don Aaron said the home invasion was drug-related.

According to Aaron, drugs and scales were found in the bedroom. A relative of the homeowner now faces drug charges.