Man injured following West Philadelphia home invasion

Philadelphia Police are investigating a home invasion that happened in West Philadelphia early Sunday morning.

The incident occurred in an apartment on the 4700 block of Chestnut Street at 2:10 a.m.

According to police, three black males made forced entry through the front door.

The 33-year-old victim said he was inside his apartment on Sunday at 2:00 a.m., drinking and using an iPad when the three males entered his apartment and began punching him.

According to police, the males tied the victims hands with a phone cord and covered his face.

Five minutes later, they left.

They took two cell phones, a wallet, and car keys to the victim's vehicle before fleeing on foot in an unknown direction.

The victim was able to untie himself and go outside where he flagged down a passerby who contacted police.

According to the victim, his roommate was in the process of moving out and the door to the apartment may have been left unlocked.

The victim's vehicle and iPad were not taken.

The victim suffered injury to his right eye and cuts to his side rib cage. He was transported to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center and place in stable condition.

Suspect #1 is described as a black male, 5'8", 350 pounds, wearing a black jacket. Suspect #2 was wearing a black jacket, and Suspect #3 was also wearing a black jacket.

No arrests have been made.