LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Armed men wearing masks forced their way into a large home in Los Feliz and tied up two women before making off with cash and jewelry, police said Thursday.

The intrusion happened at about 10:15 p.m. Wednesday in the 4400 block of Cromwell Avenue. The estate sits behind large gates and has a security system, which police will be examining.

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Police say two males wearing masks, gloves, and armed with handguns got into the home and forced the women upstairs. One woman was compelled to open a safe, before they were both tied up with zip ties.

The two women – one a senior and the other a caretaker – were not injured, although one had trouble breathing after the robbery. Firefighters were called to check on her, and she’s expected to be OK.

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