Police are warning residents to not automatically trust a stranger in uniform after a home invasion that left a woman taped to her stove.
Two Kansas City men have been charged in a home invasion that left a University of Missouri-Kansas City music student dead and three others wounded.
St. Louis police are investigating two overnight home invasions where the residents were injured.
Police say the 33-year-old male suspect is in critical condition.
Officials say three men wearing ski-masks and armed with guns knocked on an apartment door about 2 a.m. in the 3900 block of north Florissant.
The most recent happened overnight in the 200 block of Grampion near Chain of Rocks Park.
The suspects in both cases remain at large.
The arrests followed a police pursuit that ended in north St. Louis County.
Police were called to the home in Independence early Friday on a report of a home invasion.
It began Saturday night when the unidentified man evaded Overland police and broke into a random home in Olivette.
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