Moreno Valley home invasion leaves 1 with minor injuries
By Suzanne Hurt
Riverside County sheriff’s deputies are seeking witnesses to a home invasion that unfolded Saturday morning in Moreno Valley, leaving a male victim with minor injuries.
The incident, in the 24900 block of Otis Drive, was reported at about 9 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, after a man was attacked, said Deputy Mike Vasquez, a spokesman for the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.
“There were multiple suspects who entered the home by force and left the location prior to our arrival,” he said.
It is unclear if the suspects were armed.
Police are seeking descriptions of the suspects, vehicle and weapons. Tips can be submitted via riversidesheriff.org/crimetips or 800-950-2444.
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