Police ask for public's help finding home invasion suspects

Forensic artist drawing of two of the three men who police say participated in a robbery in Myrtle Beach on July 7

Myrtle Beach police are asking for the public's help in finding the men wanted in connection with a home invasion that took place on July 7.

According to a release from police, the two men pictured above in forensic artist drawings participated in a robbery that targeted foreign students. There was also another man involved who is not pictured.

According to an incident report, the break-in took place in the 500 block of 32nd Avenue North in Myrtle Beach.

The victims said that three men entered their apartment using a crowbar. The men pointed a black handgun at them and ordered them into a corner of the apartment.

One of the victims said she didn't move quickly enough to the corner so one of the men pistol whipped her on the forehead.

The three men then rummaged through the cabinets with socks on their hands and used towels to cover their fingerprints, the victims said in the report.

One of the men was wearing a mask during the incident, the report said.

According to the report, the men stole credit cards, debit cards, cash, passports, a digital camera and wallets.

The men are considered armed and dangerous. Police ask that anyone with information contact the Myrtle Beach violent crimes detectives.