The 911 calls made to police after a home invasion in Glastonbury have been released.
The incident was reported on Thompson Street last week.
The couple told police they were getting ready for bed when a man with a gun stormed into their home and tied them up, breaking the wrist of the woman who lives there.
Once they got free, they called 911.
"He just all of a sudden walked into the living room," the man said in the call. "We thought it was somebody fooling around with us and all of a sudden he put us on our backs, threw us against the couch and tied us up."
The victims said it seemed as though the man had been in the house before because he knew where their safe was.
Police are still looking for the suspect.
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