DOWNEY, Calif. (KABC) -- A housekeeper at a Downey home was terrorized by a suspect wearing a ski mask during a brazen home-invasion robbery Thursday.
It happened around 11 a.m. in the 10200 block of Lesterford Avenue. The suspect donned a ski mask and scared the housekeeper before fleeing from the scene. It was unclear what was taken during the home invasion.
The housekeeper was not harmed during the break-in. Authorities wouldn't say exactly what happened during the crime.
But this isn't the first time the quiet neighborhood has been the scene of a violent crime.
"I knew when I moved here, it was kind of common. There was a guy last year, or the year before, who was killed around the corner...right down the street," resident Javier Felix said.
In January 2016, less than a block away from the home-invasion scene, real estate agent Jim Rudometkin was killed during a robbery involving three suspects. They were charged with murder and investigators said it wasn't a random crime.
It was unclear if the home that was hit on Thursday was targeted or not. Authorities are reviewing surveillance video in the hope of identifying the suspect.
Housekeeper terrorized in Downey home-invasion robbery during the day
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