Armed intruders break into San Fernando Valley businesswoman’s $ 5 million mansion

Lately, crime has skyrocketed in the San Fernando Valley and the Los Angeles area.

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A wealthy and well-connected entrepreneur from Los Angeles has become the latest target of the home invasion burglars of the city, who Two domestic workers were tied with bridles.

The terrifying incident took place en a house estimated at $ 5 million in the affluent suburb of Sherman Oaks, in the San Fernando Valley around 2 am on Friday.

The mansion is owned by Florence Mirsky, 40, a social media influencer and co-founder of Koko Nuggz, a California-based confectionery company.

Mirsky told The Sun newspaper that she was “too frantic” to discuss the crime, even though she was not on the property when the robbery occurred. One of the housekeepers told the police that, along with a friend, They were awakened at gunpoint by the three robbers.

The two women were then ordered to lie on the ground and were tied with zippers, while the three robbers continued to raid the property.

Police have not yet released the exact amount or items stolen or whether the property was damaged.

Victims were able to call for help using the property’s doorbell camera after the thieves left

Between 2015 and 2018, Mirksy dated famous eight Grammy Award-winning producer Scott Storch, who has previously collaborated with various artists including Drake, Justin Timberlake, and Beyoncé.

Records show that Storch once owned the property, when it amassed more than $ 70 million, during the height of his career.

In 2015, he filed for Chapter 7 of Florida bankruptcy law.

LAPD confirmed that the unidentified housekeeper and her friend’s phones were stolen in the incident.

Investigators did not notice any visible signs of forced entry, which is why they believe that one of the suspects opened a lock to access the residence.

Later, authorities confirmed that the thieves also placed duct tape over the surveillance cameras that monitored the home.

After the three suspects fled, the two victims waited “a long time” before help was sent to them.

They rang the house’s doorbell camera, which sent a notification to Mirsky’s phone, who proceeded to contact police at 3 a.m., about an hour after the incident.

Officers found the two victims in the house, still tied by the wrists.

So far, no arrests have been made and there is no description of the three suspects.

One of the victims was treated for chest pain, but no serious injuries were identified. Lately, crime has skyrocketed in the San Fernando Valley and the Los Angeles area, with multiple home burglaries and burglaries scaring wealthy city residents.