Home invasion robbery in Los Osos

January 19, 2017

sheriff badgeFour masked men forced their way into a Los Osos man’s home Thursday morning and robbed the home, according to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Department.

At about 8 a.m., a man who lives on the 1500 block of 4th Street awoke to knocking on his front door. He opened the door and four men wearing ski masks forced their way in. The robbers snatched several items, left the home, got into a vehicle and drove away.

The homeowner was not harmed.

Two of the suspects were arrested near the intersection of San Jacinto Street and Main Street in Morro Bay. Their names have not yet been released.

Multiple agencies including Morro Bay Police, Morro Bay Harbor Patrol, CHP, Cal Poly Police and State Parks Rangers are assisting the sheriff’s office in search for the remaining two suspects.

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We can only think of what we’d do if we peaked around the curtain and saw four mask men at the front door. In reality the best thing to do would be to call 911, remain in contact and stay far away from the door, notably armed if possible. My opinion.

The article forgot to mention the weight in kilos of the “several items” that were stolen from the drug operation this guy was running out of his house.

Dopers probably went to the wrong house. I’d suggest a peep hole in the door. It’s great that no one was shot or killed.