SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A woman was tied up in her home and robbed in Golden Hill Wednesday, police said.
The home invasion robbery in the 2800 block of Broadway was reported shortly after 9 a.m., according to San Diego police Detective Gary Hassen.
The woman called 911, he said. It was unclear how she was freed.
Investigators were waiting on a translator to help question the woman, who was Korean, Hassen said.
A stun gun may have been used, according to Hassen, who declined to release a suspect description until the woman was questioned by a translator.
A laptop computer, cell phone and other items were taken in the robbery, he said.
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