Man bashed with his own guitars in home invasion


A MAN was bashed with his own acoustic guitars in a home invasion in Sydney overnight.

Police are appealing for witnesses after the man was assaulted after opening the door to his Surry Hills home.

The man was attacked by a group of three men who forced their way inside and two of the man's acoustic guitars were used to assault him.

One of the group was also believed to have been armed with a knife.

The men stole two electric guitars from the premises as well as a quantity of cash from the man's wallet.

The injured man was attended to at the scene by Ambulance Paramedics and taken to St Vincent's Hospital for treatment to injuries to his face, hands and leg.

Topics:  assaults crime home invasions music

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