Deputies seek information of two Canyon Country home invasions – Santa Clarita Valley Signal
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Home invaders strike twice in two hours in Santa Clarita
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SANTA CLARITA VALLEY, Calif. (FOX 11) – Authorities on Thursday were investigating two violent home invasions in Canyon Country.
The first home invasion was reported around 9 p.m. Wednesday in the 17000 block of Blue Aspen Lane, while a couple in their 60s was at home. The residents reported that three to four men entered the home through the back and immediately began fighting with the male homeowner. According to law enforcement at the scene, the suspects eventually gave up and left empty-handed, before driving off in a small sized sedan.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department treated the male homeowner for cuts and bruises at the scene, while deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department searched for the suspects.
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Less than two hours later, roughly four and a half miles away, a second home invasion was reported in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Deputies said that just before 11 p.m., three to four men entered a home in the 16700 block of Nearview Drive where an elderly woman was targeted. Similar to the first home invasion, the suspects broke in through the rear of the home. One of the suspects reportedly threatened the woman with a gun. Authorities are still working to determine what, if anything, was taken.
Anyone with information on either incident is asked to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.