SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - Springfield Police have arrested four men, and are trying to connect them with an attempted home break in on Marlborough Street.
Captain Larry Brown told 22News that at around 1-AM Thursday, a family inside 111 Marlborough Street saw four black men in black hoodies and white ski masks trying to break into their home.
They called police, and the men sped off. The caller said at least one of the men has a shotgun, another has a pistol.
About 20 minutes later police got an activation on the city's "shot spotter" system in the same area of the city.
Police arrested four black men who were sitting inside a white SUV in the driveway at 14 Northampton Ave.
Police found a sawed off shotgun and two handguns in the vehicle.
They're being held on gun and drug charges, but are also suspects in the attempted home invasion. No one was hurt.
The Detective Bureau is investigating.