Three home invasions hit San Francisco over weekend 

There were three home invasions in San Francisco on Saturday, cops said.

The first incident was originally reported to have been in the 200 block of Rutland Street, as of Monday cops said it was the 900 block of Rutland Street in Visitacion Valley.

Around 9 a.m., five men in their 20s burst into the residence with shotguns and a knife and demanded money. They tied up one of three victims to a chair, robbed the other two and briefly kidnapped one of them. The kidnapped victim was apparently dropped off at the house later in the day. Four people were arrested in connection with the case, police said.

Around 12:40 p.m. in the 1000 block of Ingerson Avenue, a 35-year-old man heard two suspects enter his residence, cops said. When he walked to his front door he saw two people walking in, one a man in his late teens and the other suspect was unknown. The resident chased the suspects out of his home. There have been no arrests in the case.

About two hours later in the 2000 block of 45th Avenue, a 31-year-old man was robbed at his residence, police said. Two men, one in his 20s the other unknown, entered the victim’s house through an open door, pulled out a gun and demanded the victim to the floor, cops said. The hoodlums ransacked the house and fled. No arrest has been made.

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