One juvenile has been arrested and another one is on the run after breaking into a south Georgia home.
Thomasville Police say it happened at a house along the 300 block of West Webster Street last night (February 26, 2014) shortly after 11:30pm.
A woman heard a knock on her kitchen door.
Police say when she answered, a black male wearing a camouflage bandana, ski mask, and dark clothing barged in.
Once inside, the two began to scuffle.
Then the suspect yelled for backup from a second suspect who police say was waiting outside.
"At this time, we do know that the person outside has been identified, as being a part of this crime and he is in custody. He is a juvenile. We are also looking for the actual person who went inside the residence. He is also a juvenile," said Lt. Eric Hampton, Thomasville Police Department.
Investigators say no items were reported stolen during the burglary.
It's unclear if the two juveniles knew the woman who lived at the house.
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