Man Sleeps Through Home Invasion Robbery in Tenderloin

Categories: Crime
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What other invasions has he slept through?
Police are looking for four black men who allegedly broke into a residence on the 700 block of Ellis Street early this morning in a home invasion robbery.

According to police, the suspects knocked on the door at about 2:40 a.m. When the first victim -- a 21-year-old woman -- answered the door, and the four men rushed inside. One of the suspects held the woman on the bed while another suspect held the second victim -- a 25-year-old man -- against the wall while the robbers ransacked the dwelling.

Meanwhile, there was third man inside the residence, but he was of no help to his housemates. He must have been really tired, because he managed to sleep through the entire invasion.

The robbers took a laptop, wallet, and an unknown amount of cash before running out the door.

We have to note that part of having a successful cohabitation is taking turns, which means the two victims should be allowed to sleep through the next home invasion.

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