Two Hanson Home Invasion Suspects Held Without Bail

HANSON (CBS) – Two men allegedly involved in a Thursday Hanson home invasion were ordered held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing.

Appearing in court on Friday, Anthony Marcelino and Andrew Jorge were allowed by a judge to hide their faces behind a wall.

Both suspects were ordered held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing, which is scheduled for Thursday.

A third suspect remains at large, though police released a surveillance image of the man.

Surveillance image of one suspect in Thursday's home invasion. (Courtesy: Hanson Police Department)

Surveillance image of one suspect in Thursday’s home invasion. (Courtesy: Hanson Police Department)

In court Friday, prosecutors said the homeowner was about to walk her dog Thursday morning when she saw two men in hooded sweatshirts and then heard a bang.

Fearing for her safety, the homeowner ran to a nearby convenience store where she called her boyfriend and Hanson Police.

When officers arrived, the group of men ran. One of the suspects allegedly dropped a safe in the front yard as the group attempted to escape.

Two Hanson home invasion suspects were allowed to hide their faces during their arraignment on Sept. 30. (WBZ-TV)

Two Hanson home invasion suspects were allowed to hide their faces during their arraignment on Sept. 30. (WBZ-TV)

Jorge was armed with a handgun when he was arrested, police said. Marcelino was tracked by a police K-9 and taken into custody.

While police searched for the suspects, several schools in town were placed into shelter in place mode as a precaution.

Police said the men may be connected to other home invasions in the area.

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