No arrests have been made in a string of home invasions that have plagued San Diego County in the past month, despite other media reports.
There were reports that an arrest was made Wednesday afternoon, but police denied those reports, saying they have not yet made any arrests.
Two armed home invasion robberies less than three hours apart in north San Diego County happened on February 11.
Police were investigating whether those two incidents were linked to three others that occurred over the past few weeks.
The robberies on February 11 happened in Sabre Springs and Carmel Mountain, according to San Diego police. In all five invasions, three armed male suspects have entered the homes through unlocked doors.
- Friday, Jan. 29 -- A Scripps Ranch family is tied up and held at gunpoint by three suspects who ransack their home.
- Sunday, Jan. 31 -- Burglars rob a home in Sorrento Valley.
- Friday, Feb. 5 -- Three men break into a home in Rancho Bernardo. They tie up two residents with shoestrings and flee with cash and jewelry.
- Thursday, Feb. 11 -- Around 2:30 a.m., burglars enter a home in Sabre Springs while a family of four is sleeping. The homeowner, his wife and their two children were not hurt.
- Thursday, Feb. 11 - Around 5:20 a.m., dispatchers receive a 911 call about three suspects who had broken into a home in Carmel Mountain, approximately five miles from the home in Sabre Springs.