Victim Tied Up in San Marcos Home Invasion

Musical recording equipment and the victim's pickup truck were stolen according to investigators

By R. Stickney
|  Tuesday, Jun 12, 2012  |  Updated 8:18 AM PDT
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Victim Tied Up in San Marcos Home Invasion

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A deputy's patrol car parked outside the victims home on Capalina Road.

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Deputies are searching for three suspects who tied up and robbed a man inside a San Marcos mobile home.

Three men, one with a knife and another with a semiautomatic handgun, entered the home on Capalina Road inside the El Dorado Mobile Home Park around 7 p.m. Monday according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

The suspects stole music recording equipment, electronics and the victim’s white 1993 Nissan pickup with a large camper shell and missing rear bumper. The truck’s license plate is California 75138D1.

There is limited suspect description but deputies said the suspects also left in a white older BMW.

No one was injured from the incident

Anyone with information is urged to contact Detective John Delocht at the San Marcos Sheriff's Station (760) 510-5237.

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