Sulphur Springs Police are investigating a report of an early morning robbery at a Lee Street domicile. No one was hurt but a weapon was displayed and property stolen, according to Sulphur Springs Police Sgt. Detective Jason Reneau.
Shortly before 3 a.m, two men allegedly kicked in the door of a storage building, located behind a house in the 600 block of Lee Street, that contained an apartment inside of it shortly before 3 a.m. Two people were reportedly sleeping inside when the door was kicked in. The two intruders allegedly entered, displayed what appeared to be a firearm, stole property and left, according to Reneau.
The investigation is in the early stages and the only suspect description available late Wednesday morning was that they were believed to be two Hispanic males, the police detective said.