Thieves break into Diamond Bar home, injure resident – San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Two people entered a home in Diamond Bar and robbed and injured a resident early Thursday morning May 19.
Deputies arrested a person of interest, Sheriff Sgt. said Rick Cardoza.
The home invasion robbery occurred in the 23900 block of East Sunset Crossing Road.
The fire department received a 911 call about an assault there at 1:28 a.m., Los Angeles County Fire Captain Chiyoshi Hasegawa said. One person was injured in the face, he added. He did not know if the person had gone to the hospital.
The suspects, armed and wearing ski masks, punched the resident multiple times, according to reports. Fox 11 reported the suspect stole approximately $3,000 in cash before leaving the residence
However, Cardoza has not confirmed these details.
Riverside has seen a wave of home burglaries since April 10. The department brought in detectives in other cases to help solve the four burglaries.
In one case, a resident was shot and injured after confronting three armed suspects. The resident is expected to survive, Railsback said.
Riverside detectives plan to contact their Los Angeles County counterparts, according to Riverside Police Officer Ryan Railsback.
City News Service contributed to this report.