PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- A woman turned the tables on Sunday when she shot two of four would-be burglars in her Philadelphia home.
Police say it happened around 1 a.m. on the 4900 block of Germantown Avenue in the city's Germantown neighborhood.
Officials say four men were caught breaking into a residential home.
According to police, the woman arrived at her apartment and found the four men inside without her permission.
A confrontation ensued, and the woman shot two of the four offenders, who all fled the scene.
When officers arrived, they found the woman standing in the street and one of the men laying on the ground suffering from two gunshot wounds.
He was identified by police as 48-year-old Jermaine Parker.
Parker was treated on the scene by medics and transported to Einstein Medical Center.
A short time later, officers located the second man on the unit block of East Seymour Street.
He was suffering a gunshot wound to his back and was also transported to Einstein Medical Center, where he is in stable but critical condition.
The second offender was identified as 45-year-old Randy Miller.
Both Miller and Parker were arrested by Philadelphia police and charged with burglary and other related offenses.
There is no word yet on the other two would-be robbers in this case.