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Brutal attack on elderly Cleveland couple

Victory Blvd., Cleveland Victory Blvd., Cleveland

A terrifying home invasion and a vicious attack on an elderly Cleveland couple.

It happened around 11:30 p.m. Monday night at their home off of West 130th Street near Wainstead and Victory.

19 Action News has learned the suspects, armed with guns, broke into the home and beat the couple. The suspects then duct taped the 80-year-old woman, put her into the trunk of a car and fled. The 83-year-old man was left at the home.

The elderly woman and the car were later found near the Wolf's Den Bar off East 83rd and Cedar.

Police say the couple's credit cards were used in that area.

The couple is now hospitalized in stable condition at Fairview Hospital.

An investigation is underway.

There are no arrests at this time.

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