Thieves pose as UPS workers, tie up family, steal $16K: Police 05/22/2018 4:36 am PDT Comments WPIX via WPIX: THE BRONX, N.Y. -- (WPIX) -- A Bronx family was tied up at knifepoint during an afternoon home invasion by two men who posed as UPS workers, police said Tuesday. This happened Sunday, around 2 p.m., inside of an apartment building located near Marion Avenue and East 201 Street. Two men knocked on an apartment door and said they were UPS workers, police said. A 20-year-old woman opened the door, and the two men forced their way inside the apartment. One of the men placed a knife to the victim's stomach, forced her to the floor and tied her up, according to police. The robbers also tied up two other people in the apartment, a 22-year-old female and a 64-year-old male, before they made their way into a 27-year-old male victim's room, police said. Inside of the room, police said the men stabbed the 27-year-old one time in the right thigh and tied him up. FULL STORY: Thieves pose as UPS workers, tie up family, steal $16K: Police - WPIX #ArmedRobbery #Bronx #NewYork #Thebronx #WPIX Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.