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Arrests Made After Elderly Men Beaten, Car Heisted From Oakland Hills Home



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    Police investigate the scene of a home invasion in the Oakland Hills (August 30, 2016).

    Two suspects have been arrested in connection with the early Tuesday home invasion in the Oakland Hills that resulted into two bloodied elderly men and a stolen Cadillac, police said.

    Law enforcement officials responded to the residence at 4730 Sequoyah Road to find an 89-year-old man and another male victim in his 70s suffering from minor injuries after three suspects broke into the home, assaulted the men, stole the vehicle and took off from the scene, police said.

    Hours after the invasion and heist, two suspects were located in a separate vehicle that was reported stolen Monday afternoon. Law enforcement officials were able to make a connection when they located items from the Oakland Hills home in that car, promptly leading to the two arrests, police said.

    The victim in his 70s was transported to a local hospital and was later released. The 89-year-old victim was treated at the scene, police said.

    The stolen vehicle, which is being described as a gold, 2001 model year Cadillac with a California license plate number 4TLA277, is still missing, police said.

    Police said that they are also searching for additional suspects connected to the home invasion.

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