7 arrested, accused of home invasion robberySubmitted: 02/27/2015

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MOSINEE - Seven people sit in jail, suspected of involvement in a home invasion armed robbery in Mosinee last week.

The Marathon County Sheriff's Department believes eight men participated in the robbery, which happened last Friday.

The seven men in custody are all from Mosinee. They range in age 17 to 22 years old.

Police believe they wanted to steal drugs and money.

Alexander Burmeister, Dylan Feit, Gaige Laub, Timothy Moore, Steven Peres, Jacob Sparby and Justin Teske are in custody.

An eighth man, Jared Salawater, is wanted for questioning.

Potential charges in the case include armed robbery, burglary and false imprisonment.

Story By: Newswatch 12 Newsteam

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