2 Women, 2 children found bound, gagged after Virginia home invasion

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PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. -- Two women and two children were found bound and gagged inside a Manassas home after a home invasion Tuesday, according to Prince William County Police.

Police said two men forced their way into the home, demanded money, and sexually assaulted a 33-year-old woman.

Before they left, the men bound and gagged her, a 19-year-old woman, and two children, ages four and five. A one-year-old was also found at the home unharmed.

Neighbors later discovered what happened and called police, according to WUSA9.

"I walked out the back deck and I heard somebody banging on glass and… she was hitting her face on the glass trying to get my attention," said Brian McMahon, the neighbor who called 911. "Duct tape on her mouth you could see arms were bound behind her back it’s like is this real?! Am I seeing this?"

Police said both women were transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. None of the children were injured.

The two suspects are described as black males. They are still on the loose.