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LI house targeted for 2nd time in home invasion
BALDWIN (WABC) -- Armed robbers have targeted a home on Long Island for a second time.
Police say four men entered the house in Baldwin Thursday morning.
They reportedly threatened a health care aide with a gun, tied her wrists with electrical chord and stole cash and jewelry.
Neither the aide nor the elderly woman she was taking care of was injured.
The same house was broken into when the family was home last year.
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