North Carolina Family Tortured In Violent Home Invasion

A terrifying home invasion in North Carolina has left a family of five traumatized after they were tortured by a group of men. The incident occurred in Spout Springs, Harnett County, around 2 a.m. on June 15. The Harnett County Sheriff’s Office reported that the family was in their garage when they were confronted by the attackers.

The victims, including a father, mother, their daughter, and the daughter’s friend, were forced into their home where they were tied up with duct tape and tortured with heated metal objects. According to Harnett County Sheriff Wayne Coats, the attackers heated a knife and fork on the stove and used them to burn the victims, demanding to know the location of their money and guns.

The family members suffered non-life-threatening injuries and were treated at UNC-Chapel Hill. The suspects stole personal possessions and two of the family’s cars, escaping in a gray or silver Dodge Challenger with black rims. The fifth victim’s identity has not been released.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help the family with medical expenses and to replace stolen items. The page describes the physical and emotional trauma suffered by the family, highlighting the devastating impact of the home invasion.

Neighbors in the area are on edge following the incident. Jeffery Miller, a resident, mentioned that he had installed security cameras, stating, “I thought I was the security, but now I need to have a camera.” The violent nature of the attack has left the community fearful and vigilant.

The Harnett County Sheriff’s Office is seeking public assistance to identify the suspects. They urge anyone with information to come forward to help bring the attackers to justice.
This incident has shaken the community, emphasizing the need for increased security measures and community awareness.