Los Angeles News
Home-invasion robbers hit 2 Compton residences
COMPTON, Calif. (KABC) -- Police are searching for four men accused in two home-invasion robberies early Tuesday morning in Compton.
The first robbery happened on the 1000 block of South Dwight Avenue. The second robbery occurred 45 minutes later on the 400 block of North Kemp Avenue.
In the first home invasion, the suspects pistol-whipped the victim before getting away with jewelry and other items.
No one was injured in the second home invasion.
Anyone with information on these crimes should contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Compton Station at (310) 605-6500.
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