Ninjas invade mansion

By: Matt McGovern Email
By: Matt McGovern Email
A Windermere, Florida couple arrived home Wednesday night to discover three armed men dressed as ninjas waiting in the homeowners

Police said the armed robbers bound the homeowners' hands, walked them inside the home and stole cash and various valuable items.

WINDERMERE, FL (WESH) - A Windermere, Florida couple arrived home Wednesday night to discover three armed men dressed as ninjas waiting in the homeowners' carport.

Police said the armed robbers bound the homeowners' hands, walked them inside the home and stole cash and various valuable items. No one was injured.

The home is owned by Bill Kitchen, who bought the mansion for $3.6 million in 2006. Kitchen is the founder of U.S. Thrill Rides, a company that invented rides like Skycoaster and Skyventure, an indoor skydiving attraction.

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