Lockdown lifted at Granger High after police investigate armed home invasion

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WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah - The lockdown has been lifted at Granger High School after officers investigated an armed home invasion in the area.

Officers said a home invasion-style robbery near 3763 S. Spring Water Dr. just before 2 p.m. led to the lockdown.

West Valley City officers said the victims told them four men forced their way into the home and demanded drugs and money.

Police said the suspects were armed with knives but the victims weren't stabbed; the suffered minor injuries from the assault.

Authorities the suspects went downstairs and stole a backpack from another resident which contained the man's rent money.

The only description authorities have at this time is four Caucasian men who got away in a newer model blue Dodge Durango.

Officers said they would like to speak with anyone who might have information at (801) 840-8000.

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