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Police are investigating an armed home invasion, and a crash that followed in South Fargo. Lt. Joel Vettel says they are looking for two people of interest: Luke Goodridge and Isaac Nyemah.
Police say Goodridge, Nyemah, and the others involved, are the same people who have been caught up in a street crime war for the past several days.
The crash happened at the intersection of 45th Street and I-94. Police set up a perimeter around the scene. Officers say following a home invasion, several people left in a car. People in the home jumped into another car and gave chase. That led up to the crash. At least two people involved in the home invasion jumped out of the car and ran. The driver also took off. The car that was following had to be towed from the scene. Officers don't believe any of those people were injured.
A canine officer helped officers search a field next to a Holiday Gas station near the scene. Police are looking for a Blue 2006 Pontiac G6 with North Dakota license plates JTN725.
Police say this incident is related to a home invasion at the 5359 30th Avenue South. That's an apartment building in Fargo.
Officers say that's where several people forced their way into the apartment and an argument started which escalated to a fight. Police say the people demanded money and threatened the man. Then hit him on the head several times with a gun.
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