HESPERIA, Calif. (VVNG.com) — The Hesperia Police Department is investigating after several people were restrained during an alleged home invasion robbery.
Sheriff’s spokesman Edgar Moran told VVNG on October 14th at 9:38 am deputies were called to the 14900 block of Mesquite Street regarding a residential robbery that had occurred approximately 3 hours prior.
“Deputies responded and learned that, between 5 AM-6 AM, three unknown male adults and one female adult entered the unlocked residence and restrained the victim and his roommates,” stated Moran.
According to Moran, the subjects took cell phones, wallets, and $1,700 in cash. The subjects also took the victim’s Toyota vehicle.
“The stolen vehicle was recovered the next day by the intersection of Willow Court and Willow Street unoccupied. The vehicle was processed for evidence,” stated Moran.
The victim described the first subject as a white male adult with a bald head, approximately 5’9”, 210 pounds, wearing a black shirt and blue jeans. Subject two was a white female adult wearing a black sweatshirt, grey sweats, and black shoes with red laces. Subject 3 and 4 were both white male adults wearing black shirts and blue jeans, approximately 5’10”.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Hesperia Sheriff’s Station at 760-947-1500.