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Burglars hit home of Pawn Stars' Corey Harrison

Police seeking 3 masked men
Posted at 1:33 PM, Feb 24, 2017
and last updated 2017-02-25 02:38:28-05

UPDATE 8 P.M. FEB. 24: 13 Action News has learned the home that was broken into belongs to Corey Harrison of "Pawn Stars."

The reality star was away at the time but Harrison's sister and her two children were home. 

"They were all in one group right there," said Jen Harrison. 

At first, Harrison thought perhaps the men were friends with her brother. But then, she said she noticed their weapons and covered faces. The terrified mom rushed to be next to her children. 

"I knew my daughter's room would be locked, but my son was in my room that was not locked," she said.

Thankfully the men fled the house before anyone was injured.  

Harrison is sharing her story because she's hoping someone will come forward with information.

"You can't just come into people's houses like that," she said. "It's a terrible thing to wake up to."

The family has since increased the security at their home.


Las Vegas police are looking for 3 men who broke into a home in the 5400 block of Sierra Brook Court, which is near West Ann Road and North Grand Canyon Drive, on Feb. 16.

The resident of the home came downstairs shortly after 6 a.m. and encountered 3 men who were unknown to the resident.

The men exited the home and were gone before police could arrive.

The investigation initiated by the Northwest Area Command Patrol Investigations Section indicated the three males entered the residence from the backyard.

An unknown color SUV was seen on surveillance video just prior to the break in. The suspects could only be described as three white males in their late teens to early twenties.

All three were seen wearing dark clothing and bandanas around the lower part of their faces.  

Anyone with any information about the identity or whereabouts of these suspects is urged to contact the Northwest Area Command Patrol Investigations Section at 702-828-8577. To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 702-385-5555.