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Victim of Northport Home Invasion speaks out

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    While sitting in his living room, you could tell Enrique Trejo is still shaken by the attack on his family New Years Day.

    He says in the wee hours of the morning, three men busted his door open while he and his family slept.  "[interpreter] when he opened his eyes, he had the gun to his forehead," said Trejo through an interpreter.

Trejo says  the men were armed with pistols and rifles and demanded money.  "[interpreter] money, money.  He was telling them he didn't have any."

     Police say the men pistol whipped two men in the house and sexually attacked a woman in the mobile home.   They describe the suspects as "three black males, two short around 5'5" or so.  The short two were dressed in all black.  The taller subject was dressed in a dark colored hoodie and tan pants," said Homicide Lt. Kip Hart.

     Trejo says he didn't fight back because he didn't want his family harmed.

     The were treated and released at DCH Hospital.

     Trejo says, " [interpreter] he just wants to tell people to be careful and he hopes that they get them."