Grandview police are searching for two burglary suspects who were found inside a Grandview home by the homeowner early Tuesday.
The resident got to his home in the 300 block of Avenue E at 3 a.m., entered through the locked back door then heard noises inside the house, said Assistant Chief Mark Ware.
The homeowner found two men in the kitchen and chased them as they ran down a hall into a bedroom.
One suspect climbed out the bedroom window, which is how they apparently got into the home, Ware said.
The homeowner was able to grab the second suspect as he tried to climb out. As he tried to pull the suspect back inside, the first suspect returned to help his partner, Ware said.
The first suspect grabbed the victim's arm, scratching it and forcing him to release the second suspect. Both men then ran off.
Officers said it appears the suspects had been in the home for a long time because a number of electronic items had been gathered and piled onto a bed.
The suspects did not manage to get away with any property, Ware said.
No weapons were seen and their main concern seemed to be getting away as fast as possible, he said.
One suspect was described as being 5-foot-6 wearing a black hoodie. The second was around 5-foot, wearing a black T-shirt and blue jeans.