Man Beaten During Home Invasion

Suspects were armed with a taser and a handgun

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    A local woman took road-rage to a new level when she slashed the face of an unsuspecting motorist and then chased her all the way to the police station -- all with her four-year-old daughter in the car.

    Two men forced their way into a home early Sunday morning, beating a man during an apparent home invasion in Mira Mesa, according to police.

    The suspects entered the home on the 11000 block of Pacemont Lane at around 7:30 a.m., carrying a Louis Vuitton duffle bag, police said.

    The two men were armed with a taser gun and a handgun, according to San Diego Police Sgt. Robert Stinson.

    The first suspect is described as 19 to 23-years-old, short-cropped hair, skinny, approximately 6-feet tall, with light skin. He was last seen wearing black jeans, a black shirt, and white tennis shoes, Stinson said.

    The second suspect is described as 5'10", 250 lbs, 19 to 25-years-old. Stinson said he was last seen wearing black jeans, a black shirt, black boots, white gloves and earrings.

    Investigators can't find anything missing from the home. Police are still investigating.