Sacto 9-1-1
April 3, 2013
Sacramento police investigate report of home-invasion robbery in South Land Park

Sacramento police are investigating a home-invasion robbery reported at a South Land Park apartment Tuesday night.

According to a police report, the female victim was inside her apartment on the 6000 block of South Land Park Drive about 10 p.m. when three men came in the open back door.

One of the suspects assaulted the woman, and the three suspects stole cash before leaving, according to the report. The woman went to a local hospital for treatment of a non-life-threatening injury.

She told police one of the suspects was a white male in his teens. No description was given of the other two suspects, according to the report.

Police spokesman Officer Doug Morse said police are still investigating.

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