West Hartford Police are continuing to investigate a reported home invasion and burglary at 6 Chesterfield Lane.
According to police, officers responded to the report of a home invasion at 1:15 a.m. Wednesday. A report issued by police states: "Upon arrival, officers entered the home and located three residents who had locked themselves into different rooms in the home. Officers located the residents, verified their safety, and secured the scene."
According to police, the residents reported that three suspects entered the home, and one of them displayed a gun. The suspects were reportedly in the home for approximately five minutes, stole items, and fled the scene.
West Hartford Police Captain Donald Melanson said that a K9 was used at the scene to attempt to track the suspects, but no leads were developed.
Police said that none of the residents were injured in the incident.
The nearly 6,000 square foot residence off Albany Ave., assessed at over $1 million, is owned by former insurance broker and philanthropist Marc Abrahms. Police said Abrahms was not one of the residents at home at the time.
A statement issued by West Hartford Police indicates that according to officers' observations at the scene, the residence appears to have been targeted by the suspects and they do not believe this was a random incident.
Police said the investigation will continue.