SNYDER, N.Y. (WIVB) - Amherst Police are still looking for the two teens who broke into a home in Snyder and fled when the homeowner returned.
Authorities say the woman returned to her home in Snyder around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday and heard commotion towards the front of her house. When she went to investigate, the victim saw a teen trying to exit through a storm door. In a panic, the teen threw his shoulder into the door to try to get it to open and caused it to shatter.
As the teen fled, he was joined by a second teen and both ran off on foot down a side street.
Though Amherst Police and Tonawanda Police officers arrived on the scene, along with K-9 units, they were unable to locate the pair.
The first teen is described as white with reddish blonde hair. He was wearing a white T-shirt and khaki shorts. The second teen is describe as white and was wearing a dark-colored shirt.
Police believe the teens gained access to the home through an unlocked first floor window.
Anyone with information about the burglary is asked to call 689-1311.
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