Abbotsford Police are looking for information about a home invasion and robbery from earlier this morning.

Masked men rob licensed grow-op in Abbotsford

Trio of men force entry into home, steal car and marijuana

A trio of masked men stole marijuana from a licensed grow-op in Abbotsford early this morning (Wednesday).

Abbotsford Police Department officers responded to the 2200 block of Windsor Street for a report of a home invasion at 4:28 a.m.

The resident called the police to report that he and his teenage son were sleeping when three masked men brandishing firearms broke into their home and tied them up.

The suspects robbed them of an undisclosed amount of marijuana and their 2011 white Ford F-350 with licence plate LS 9325. The victims were not injured.

The truck was located by a vigilant citizen later Wednesday morning, the APD said on Twitter.

The APD’s major crime unit is leading the investigation with the assistance of patrol division officers and members of the forensic identification unit.

Anyone with information about this incident or locates this pickup truck is asked to contact the Abbotsford Police at 604-859- 5225.

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