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Long Beach couple beaten in home-invasion robbery

February 8, 2012 |  7:43 am

Long Beach police said Wednesday they were looking for a group of men who beat up a couple in an early-morning home-invasion robberyLong Beach police said Wednesday they were looking for a group of men who beat up a couple in an early-morning home-invasion robbery.

Police received a call about "unknown trouble" about 2:45 a.m. from inside the home, and when officers arrived at the address in the 2900 block of Daisy Avenue, they found the couple injured inside, said Lisa Massacani, a spokeswoman for the Long Beach Police Department.

The man and woman in their 60s were treated at a hospital for non-life-threatening injuries, Massacani said.

The robbers were seen driving southbound on Daisy Avenue with undisclosed items they took from the home, she said.

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Photo: The aftermath of what police said was a home-invasion robbery in Long Beach.

Credit: KTLA-TV Channel 5

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