A terrifying ordeal!
According to The Sun, Florence Mirsky's Los Angeles home was raided by three armed assailants at around 2 a.m. on Thursday, January 6. Two women who were watching the property were reportedly zip-tied during the ordeal.
Mirsky told the outlet that the home was hers, but she was "too frantic" to comment further. She was not home when the incident took place.
A housekeeper and her friend reportedly told authorities they were house-sitting for the entrepreneur. They are said to have woken up to find three men with masks pointing weapons at them, which included a handgun and a rifle. The women were then bound to the floor and zip-tied.
It's not clear what items may have been taken, but according to police, both the women's phones were reportedly nabbed.
Investigators reportedly said they think one of the suspects picked a lock to enter the home because there were no visible signs of forced entry. The suspects are said to have covered surveillance cameras with tape, according to police.
After the three suspects left, the women reportedly waited for what felt like a long time before they called for help. They are said to have rung the home's Ring doorbell camera to trigger an alert on Mirsky's phone because the home doesn't have a landline.
Authorities were reportedly contacted at 3 a.m., which was approximately one hour after the incident took place.
The two women were reportedly still bound when authorities arrived at the scene. One of the women was treated for chest pains, but it is not believed that any serious injures were sustained.
The description of the three suspects was not immediately available, it was reported. No arrests are believed to have been made at this time.