Suffolk County police are looking for two men armed with handguns who were involved in a North Bay Shore home invasion that left a victim injured over the weekend.

The victim answered the doorbell at their 5th Avenue home, when the pair of gunmen forced their way inside and searched the home at 9 p.m. Friday, police said.

It was unclear if anything was stolen. The victim suffered a minor injury. No arrests have been made.

Third Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.

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