The RCMP are searching for suspects in home invasion involving firearms near New Bothwell, Man., early Sunday morning.  

It happened at about 2:30 a.m. CST, but police received the call two hours later.  

Police said three or four men, wearing black balaclavas and carrying guns, forced their way into a camper where a woman was living.

The men pepper sprayed the woman and pointed their guns at her forcing her into the back room, police said.

The woman was held at gunpoint by one of the suspects, while the others rummaged through the camper.  

Police said while the woman was restrained in the camper, the other suspects entered a home where her 6-year-old child was.

The group stole electronic devices from the camper and from the home, police said.

One of the suspects is described to have large, dark, bushy eyebrows and the other suspect had a strong British accent.  

The suspects fled the area in a vehicle.

No one was seriously injured in the incident.

Police continue to investigate.