Multiple armed suspects break into Chris Brown’s L.A. home: police
Officers from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) are frantically searching for multiple armed suspects who broke into Chris Brown's home while the singer was not there.
LAPD Detective Meghan Aguilar said the overnight home invasion at Brown's home in Los Angeles forced the singer's aunt into a closet.
Brown's aunt was asleep inside the singer's Tarzana mansion in the 19600 block of Citrus Ridge Drive at around 2 a.m. when she heard commotion and saw a man coming into her room. Brown wasn't home at the time.
The woman told police investigators that the suspect, who had a handgun, asked her if there was any cash or a safe in the house. When she could not answer the suspect's questions, he forced her into a closet and ordered her to wait there without making any noise.
The woman was terrified but not hurt. She called 911 once the house was quiet again.
Speaking about the robbery, Aguilar said, "We have nothing that indicates the people that broke into this home of Chris Brown knew Chris Brown or even knew this was his residence."
Investigators believe that four to five suspects forced their entry into Brown's mansion. They took a laptop, a cell phone and some cash with them before fleeing. A manhunt to apprehend the suspects is underway.
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