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MAN WANTED AFTER HOME INVASION ON THE FAR NORTH COAST

A man has been assaulted and tied up at knifepoint by two intruders who broke in his home on the Far North Coast.

The property on Firestone Drive at Banora Point was broken into by a man and a woman at around 3:30am today, where they allegedly threatened the 41-year-old male with a knife before assaulting him and tying him up.

The man was able to escape, and police located a woman inside after they arrived and searched the house.

She was arrested and taken to Tweed Heads Police Station, but police would like to speak with a man who may be able to assist with inquiries.

He is described as being about 35-years-old, Caucasian with black hair, and was wearing a grey top and black jeans.

The man stole a silver-coloured Ford Kuga SUV from the home with NSW registration “04LIFE”.

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