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SAN DIEGO —
San Diego police were searching for three men after a home invasion in North Park left at least one resident hurt Sunday, police said.
The incident was reported about 1:10 p.m. at a home on Arizona Street near Madison Avenue.
Police said a gun was involved, but it was unclear who used the gun or how.
One resident drove to a hospital for treatment of an unspecified head injury. Others at the scene declined medical treatment, according to police radio traffic.
Detailed descriptions of the assailants were not immediately available. They were wearing bandanas over their faces and dark-colored clothes, according to radio traffic. At least one of them possibly left in a white van.
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