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Two injured, two arrested in Grand Forks men in home invasion, assault

GRAND FORKS -- Two Grand Forks men were arrested early Thursday morning after an alleged home invasion and assault. Grand Forks police officers were called at 3:42 a.m. to the 1000 block of North 39th Street for a report of a home invasion and as...

GRAND FORKS -- Two Grand Forks men were arrested early Thursday morning after an alleged home invasion and assault.

Grand Forks police officers were called at 3:42 a.m. to the 1000 block of North 39th Street for a report of a home invasion and assault, according to a news release. "Multiple suspects" broke into the residence and assaulted a female resident, as well as a male resident who came to her assistance.

The two unnamed victims were transported to Altru Hospital for their injuries, and their conditions are unknown, the release said.

With the help of University of North Dakota police officers, the suspects were found hiding in a nearby Dumpster in the 600 block of North 40th Street. Hudefi Aweis Mohamed, 19, and Hassan Mohamed, 24, were arrested on suspicion of burglary and aggravated assault.

Both men were known to the victims, police said, and there is "no perceived danger to the public related to this incident."

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