Suffolk County police are looking for a pair of gunmen who assaulted a man during a home invasion in Coram over the weekend.

The assailants, who were both armed with handguns, broke down the front door of a Harrison Court home, confronted the occupants inside and struck the victim in the face at 1:48 a.m. Saturday, police said.

The duo stole an iPad, iPhone, jewelry and car keys before they ran away.

The victim was treated for a laceration at Mather Hospital in Port Jefferson.

There were neither any arrests nor description of the suspects in the case.

Sixth Sqaud detectives are continuing the investigation.

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