UPDATE: Man Charged In Richmond Home Invasion & Robbery

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 4/01 8:02 pm
Richmond Police said a man was arrested in a reported home invasion and robbery.

Investigators said Mark Thompson, 30, of Richmond is charged in a robbery that happened back in February.

Officers said that they were called to an apartment on the 1600 block of Foxhaven Drive.

A man there told police when he answered a knock at his door, three men forced their way in and ransacked his apartment.

The reported victim told officers that one of the men had held him down on the floor and assaulted him while the other two robbed him.

Police said the men ran off with $750 in cash.         

According to police, the victim had an injury to his eye, as well as abrasions on his back.    

Thompson was the first arrest in the case.

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