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* Home Invasion Robbery May Have Stemmed From Dispute Over Woman

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A man who was hit in the head several times with a hammer during a home invasion robbery in San Francisco’s Jordan Park neighborhood early this morning may have been attacked because of a dispute over a woman, a police spokesman said. The robbery was reported at about 1 a.m. in the 3400 block of Geary Boulevard.

Two suspects broke down the front door of the home and began to take items. One of the suspects encountered the 45-year-old victim and demanded money from him, according to police. The victim began to struggle with the intruders and was hit in the head and knees several times with a hammer, police said. He was hospitalized but is expected to survive.

Although the suspects, a white man in his 30s and a black man in his late 40s, took three computers and a phone before fleeing, police spokesman Lt. Troy Dangerfield said the initial motive for going into the home may have been a woman. Dangerfield said one of the suspects, the white man, and the victim apparently had dated the same woman. The suspects had not been arrested as of this afternoon.

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