FULLERTON (CBSLA.com) — Seniors at an elder care home in Fullerton are recovering Friday after a terrifying home invasion robbery.

No one was hurt in the home invasion, which happened 11:11 p.m. Thursday in the 100 block of West Las Palmas Drive, Fullerton police Lt. Mike Chlebowski said.

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Daniella Martinez said her mother, who is one of the caregivers at the home, opened the front door when she heard a woman knock. Two men wearing masks, with at least one armed with an AK-47, pushed their way in.

The caregiver who answered the door was thrown to the floor, while the other caregiver was thrown in a closet, which was blocked with a chair.

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The trio took personal items, along with the caretaker’s purse and a 2002 Volkswagen Jetta before they escaped in that car.

Authorities are searching for the Jetta, CA License Plate 7WFP278, but a detailed description of the suspects was not immediately available.

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