TREMONT BOROUGH, Pa. - A 73-year-old man was beaten, bound, and robbed in his home Monday morning, according to Pennsylvania State Police.
State police say around 3 a.m. two men broke into a home on East Line Street in Tremont Borough, Schuylkill County.
Police then say one of the robbers beat the resident with a metal object leaving serious injuries to his eye and face.
Then, police say that same man tied the victim up with duct tape while another took cash, coins, and other items.
The victim was transported to a Lehigh Valley hospital for treatment.
There's no word on any arrests.
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