PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia police say they’re looking for two men who burst into a blind man’s home and robbed him and his wife.

WPVI-TV ( ) reports that the home invasion happened about 7:45 p.m. Tuesday in the city’s Lawncrest section.

Police say the suspects stole the blind man’s handgun and took $275.

The couple was in their 40s. Police say they weren’t hurt, and their children weren’t home at the time.

Information from: WPVI-TV,

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