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LAPD investigates home invasion robbery at Woodland Hills house used by rap label

February 22, 2010 |  9:26 am

Map: The location where the robbery occurred. Click for the Woodland Hills Mapping L.A. Neighborhoods page for more information about this area. Los Angeles police are investigating a home invasion robbery at a Woodland Hills house used by a rap record label as a temporary residence for visiting recording artists, authorities said Monday.

Officers went to the home in the 22100 block of Mulholland Drive about 1 a.m. Sunday after a report that two men and two women broke into the home during what was described as a "party or gathering."

According to police, two suspects pulled out weapons and pistol-whipped some of the guests. The suspects fled after stealing an unspecified amount of money and jewelry.

More than a dozen people were victims of and/or witnessed the crime, but police said they were uncooperative. Police did not immediately identify the rap label that owns the home.

-- Andrew Blankstein

Map: The location where the robbery occurred. Click for the Woodland Hills Mapping L.A. Neighborhoods page for more information about this area.

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