A pair of gunmen confronted a 21-year-old woman Saturday afternoon outside her home near Cate Road in western Glynn County, forcing her inside at gunpoint where they stole guns and electronics, according to a police report.

Glynn County Police quickly arrested one man in connection with the home invasion and are seeking the public’s help in locating the second suspect. The woman was not injured, police said.

Police arrested Nigil Keith Butler, 19, of Brunswick, late Saturday afternoon and charged him with home invasion, kidnapping, possession of a firearm in the commission of a crime and use of a communication facility in the commission of a crime.

Butler remained in the Glynn County Detention Center as of Tuesday, according to jail records.

Additionally, police have issued a warrant for 20-year-old Jeremiah Shaw, charging him with home invasion, kidnapping, possession of a firearm in the commission of a crime and use of a communication facility in the commission of a crime, according to Brian Scott, Chief of Staff of the county police department.

According to a police report, the woman had just been dropped off at her home in the 200 block of Willow Road shortly after 2 p.m. Saturday. She was carrying groceries inside through the back door when two armed men approached her, the report said.

The men forced her inside at gunpoint, stealing firearms and electronics, police said.

Butler allegedly was carrying one of the guns stolen from the home at the time of his arrest, police said.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Shaw is asked to call the police department’s investigations unit at 912-554-7802, the 911 center at 912-554-3645, or Silent Witness hotline at 912-264-1333.

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