Home-invasion robbery reported in Glendora

GLENDORA — Detectives continued investigating and making arrests Thursday after a woman was bound, held at knifepoint and robbed in her home earlier this week, authorities said.
The home-invasion robbery occurred about 10:30 p.m. Monday at a home in the 1000 block of West Newhill Street, Glendora police Sgt. Scott Strong said.
Three Los Angeles residents in their 20s were behind bars in connection with the crime Thursday, the sergeant said, though police declined to release their names pending further investigation. Additional suspects remain at large.
A group of people forced their way into the home, where Strong said they bound a 58-year-old woman and held her at knifepoint as they stole a laptop, jewelry and other valuables from the home. Police declined to say Thursday how many robbers were believed to be involved, citing the ongoing investigation.

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