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MILLCREEK, Utah - Authorities are searching for suspects accused of tying up a Millcreek couple, rummaging through their apartment and stealing their car early Friday.

Police said three suspects wearing ski masks forced their way into the couple's apartment near 3900 S. and 900 E. at about 5 a.m.

The suspects zip-tied the couple and ransacked their unit for about two hours before they allegedly took off in the couple's car.

Officials said the couple started screaming for help after the suspects ran.

Neighbors heard the yelling and called 911.

Authorities have not said what was stolen from the apartment.

Officers are searching for the couple's stolen white Kia Optima, which is missing the front bumper.

A description of the suspects has not been released at this time.

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