Longmont home invasion victim shares story to put neighbors on alert

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LONGMONT, Colo. -- Two weeks after being attacked in a home invasion, the victim of a robbery in Longmont is sharing his story hoping to keep his neighbors safe.

"He came across with one of my guns, a struggle endued, during the struggle I got shot in the leg," said Harold Johnson, the victim of a June 27th home invasion.

In an interview on Monday, Johnson explained the chain of events that brought him face to face with an unknown male who is described as wearing painters clothes but without much else of a description.

Johnson is recovering after being shot once in the leg but is thankful he was not more seriously hurt.

Longmont Police have not released a sketch of the suspect. Investigators tell FOX31 Denver there have been no other similar robberies reported since the June 27th incident.

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