Boy, this a tough one. If you draw on the real Swat team, you're as good as dead. If you kill one and live, you'll face charges. But then this happens (from today's news): Lookout For Men Posing As SWAT Officers (WSB Radio) Henry County Police are looking for two men who barged into a couple's home in the middle of the night, posing as SWAT officers. Lt. Jason Bolton tells WSB's Jennifer Griffies the couple was asleep at their home on Panola Road, when the men broke into their home just before 1 o'clock Monday morning. "The residents at that location, a male and a female, were asleep, and woke up to the sound of voices inside their home. The female got up and encountered two white males that had entered their home," said Bolton. "Both of them were wearing black shirts with SWAT printed on it, as well as black stocking masks. They were both armed with handguns. They claimed to be members of the Henry County Police SWAT Team, and said that they had a warrant for the male subject at that location," said Bolton. Bolton says the woman managed to call 9-1-1 when the suspects were taking her fiance outside in handcuffs. The suspects fled when they saw the real officers arriving on the scene. Bolton says so far, police have not determined a motive. "It's quite bizarre, and we're trying to figure it out ourselves right now," said Bolton. "We're investigating it as an armed robbery, a home invasion-armed robbery. Even though nothing was taken, you've got two armed assailants enter someone's home in the middle of the night. We're looking at it very seriously," said Bolton. Bolton says they're hoping to get fingerprints off of the handcuffs that the suspects left behind in their haste to get away.