Tenants in a Frankfort luxury apartment are not happy about an armed robbery and home invasion. The robbery happened last week, and they don't like the fact they didn't know about it until an ABC 36 crew told them.
Police say a man walked out of his Riverford Crossing apartment door around 11 AM last Friday when two suspects, holding guns, told the man to take them back to his apartment.
Although this happened last week we were the first to tell multiple people living in the apartments. Residents say the management company never notified them.
"It's terrible. It's very terrible. They should have put everybody on notice, so that you would take extra precautions. No, they should have warned everybody to be on their guard," said Donna Castle, who has lived at Riverford Crossing apartments for 4-years.
Police say the two suspects followed the man back to his apartment, and tied up him and his roommate.
Police say the suspects showed guns, used zip ties, and put duct tape over the victims' eyes.
Police say the suspects were not wearing masks, and the victims got a good enough look to say they did not recognize the robbers.
Police say the suspects stole cash, jewelery, and electronics.
"They were pretty distraught about being robbed like that, and being held at gun point especially, and then being tied up like that," said Captain Rob Warfel, Frankfort Police.
Frankfort police discuss the armed robbery, but Riverford Crossing apartment management says they're evaluating telling the people who live there.
"You could please notify your tenants that you have robberies going on in the day-time, might help," said Castle.
Frankfort police ask anybody with information about the robbery to contact them.