Police say a 33-year-old man and another suspect are behind a home invasion that occurred in South Killeen on Tuesday evening.

According to police, Kyle Wright and another man knocked on the door of home on FM 2484 around 5 p.m. When the occupant answered, the suspect forrced his way in, brandishing a dun and demanding money.

A second resident was threatened by the other suspect in the driveway. At that point, the two exchanged gunfire, and both of the suspects fled in a car.  No injuries were reported.

But the two apparently did not stop there.

Around 8 p.m., police received another 911 call, abotu a burglary on the same street. According to police, a homeowner spotted two men inside his vehicle parked in front of his home, as he was returning home from work.  The homeowner did not confront the suspects, and they fled with guns as well as other property taken from inside the house.

Following an extensive search, Wright was apprehended without incident, and most of the items were found near scene of his arrest. The late night search included a DPS helicopter. The second suspect is also reportedly in custody.