Man injured in home invasion

Three men forced their way into a home Wednesday morning

A 25-year-old Mission man is in stable condition in hospital with serious injuries after being attacked during a home invasion early Wednesday morning.

According to police, three men wearing hoodies and balaclavas forced their way into a residence in the 32300 block of Diamond Avenue around 1 a.m.

The couple inside the house confronted the men. The male resident was assaulted and struck several times on the head with a metal object.

The victim was transported to to hospital with multiple fractures and cuts to his head.

The suspects fled westbound in a silver car, possibly a Mazda.

Police do not believe the incident was random, but noted there was no evidence of criminal activity at the home.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Mission RCMP at 604-826-7161.

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