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March 2, 2012 > Man says he used harpoon after alleged break-in

Man says he used harpoon after alleged break-in

Submitted By AP Wire Service

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP), Feb 22 - An Oklahoma City man told police he used a harpoon to defend his home from two intruders on Wednesday morning.

At 6:25 a.m., the man reported two men wearing ski masks forced their way into his house in northwest Oklahoma City. Two residents were injured in the alleged home invasion, but police found no evidence any suspects were struck with the harpoon.

Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow says police have little information about what the suspects look like. She says anyone with information should call police.

Under Oklahoma's Make My Day law, residents can use can use deadly force to defend their homes if they fear they will be killed or suffer serious injuries.

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