By CBS Baltimore Staff

GREENBELT, Md. (WJZ) — Two roommates to their apartment after vacation this month and found two strangers in bed. Their furniture, food, clothing and kitchen cabinet doors were all gone, Greenbelt police said.

The residents of the apartment, located in the 9300 block of Edmonston Road, told police they had left their fully furnished home on March 28 and returned from vacation on April 5 to find their front door damaged and the apartment a shambles.

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The residents found trash on the walls and trash bags filled with belongings in the living room. Police said all of the furniture in the home was gone except for a bed, on which the residents found the man and woman.

A police spokesperson told WJZ the male suspect was not initially hostile, and told the roommates he had sold their property. The duo fled the apartment when the residents questioned them further, according to police.

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The victims lost $49,100 in property, police said.

The Greenbelt Police Department released images of the suspects after an investigation yielded no results or identification, a spokesperson said. The images released are screenshots from a video recorded by one resident of the encounter.

Investigators hope the public might recognize the suspects. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Greenbelt Police Department at 301-474-7200 or greenbeltpd@greenbeltmd.gov.

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CBS Baltimore Staff