Tenderloin residents terrorized in home invasion robbery

Three victims were terrorized in their own residence after a home invasion robbery in the Tenderloin early Friday morning, cops said.

A 21-year-old woman answered the door to her residence in the 700 block of Ellis Street around 2:40 a.m. when four men barged in, police said.

The woman was held on the bed by one of the thugs while another resident, a 25-year-old male, was held against the wall, cops said. A third female resident was asleep during the incident.

The crooks ransacked the place and fled with a laptop, wallet and cash, police said. No arrests have been made.

rnagle@sfexaminer.com

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