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ROCKHILL, S.C. -- Rock Hill police are investigating three home invasions that happened Monday night.

Police said around 11:15 p.m. two men kicked in the front door of a home on Graham Street, pointed a gun at the people inside before stealing $515 worth merchandise.

The second robbery happened at a home on Barrow Street around 1:30 a.m. The victim told police just one man wearing all black and black ski mask kicked in the front door, pointed a gun and had the victim get on the floor.

The suspect took $80 in cash from the victim. The suspect stated he was only trying to feed his kids and later fled the scene.

The third robbery happened at a home on Willowbrook Avenue.

The victim told police a man wearing all black and black ski mask kicked in the front door and pointed a gun at the victim. The suspect took a TV and $200 cash.

The suspect made the same statement in the second robbery, he was only trying to feed his kids, before leaving the scene.

The last two robberies involved a white man who is about 6-foot-1 and is about 200 pounds. Police are investigating whether all three robberies are connected.

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