A man in his 20s was injured in a home invasion robbery Wednesday in the Hollywood Hills.
Nour Atta, a social media influencer who runs the Stock Hours chat, said was visiting Los Angeles on a business trip from New York. He was sleeping alone in the rental home when the armed intruders entered, possibly through an unlocked door.
He said about $1 million worth of items were stolen, including watches, jewelry and clothes.
Police responded at about 3 a.m. to the 3000 block of Multiview Drive west of Bonnie Hill Drive. Atta said four people in ski masks entered the home, struck him with a handgun and stole several high-value items.
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He suffered cuts and scrapes to his face.
"Maybe if they noticed me, they went about it and handled their business, or it could have been something random," Atta said. "I'm doing pretty well. It happens. Life is life."
Detailed descriptions of the robbers were not immediately available. No arrests were reported early Wednesday.