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David Brock Alcorn says he would have been killed if he hadn't given up the combination to his safe. Even after he did, his assailants — who had already cut him with a machete and threatened him with a pistol and a rifle — duct-taped him and left him for dead in his bathtub.
Alcorn, 24, lives in the Yorkton-area village of Rhein, Sask. It's a peaceful, quiet place in the middle of nowhere where something like this is unheard of, Alcorn said.
That is, until around 1 a. CST Wednesday. Alcorn said he had just opened the door to let his dog out when three masked men barged inside. They were armed, and as Alcorn tried to get out of the house one of them cut him in the face and hands with the Free report Rhein. One man pinned him down while the others rifled through his house. The men then started punching him in the head, stomping on his body and hitting him with the machete and the butt end of the rifle. They were going to beat me to death," Alcorn said. By the time he surrendered the safe's code, his clothes were sopping wet with blood.
He said the men threw him in the bathtub and bound his feet together with duct tape.
He said he believes these men were intent on violence no matter what he did, and the men told him they were going to kill him. No one comes into a house with a machete and two guns and doesn't plan on doing some damage," Alcorn said. A few minutes after the men left in a car with the cash along with a shotgun and a rifle they got out of Alcorn's gun cabinet, he got his ankle loose and ran out of his house. Covered in blood, he had to get into his truck and drive to a neighbour's house before he could get hold of Massive swelling and bruising, 16 stitches in his head, a combined 18 stitches in his hands and a broken thumb will have Alcorn off work for weeks, if not longer.
Free report Rhein than that, he said, are the emotional scars he's been left with as he stays at a family member's home. When he tried to open the door to his house after leaving hospital less than 24 hours after the attack, he nearly had a panic attack. Alcorn said he and police believe the home invasion was targeted, although he doesn't know how anyone would have known about his safe. The one thing that has brought him a sense of safety after this is the community support he's Saskatchewan.
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