Fresno County deputies search for thieves disguised as police
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Investigators are searching for a group of thieves disguised as police officers who are forcing their way into Valley homes. A group of people disguised as police officers are blamed for a home invasion robbery in the city of Reedley.
Fresno County deputies got a call about the home invasion near Buttonwillow and Adams around 12 a.m. Friday. Investigators say the men were disguised as cops. The men knocked on the door and tied up the people inside then robbed the home.
Deputies say the thieves are targeting homes where there is marijuana. Investigators believe the same group robbed a house on Manning and Nurmi on Thursday night.
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