Police identify 2 of 3 suspects who allegedly bound, gagged woman before stealing her car

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MAGNA, Utah – Police are investigating after a woman was tied up and gagged in her own house by several assailants.

Police said the incident occurred near 9150 West and 2700 South in Magna Wednesday night.

Police said the woman was entertaining a female visitor, when they got into a fight. The visitor then let two men inside. The female victim was held at knifepoint, tied up and gagged before the suspects left the home.

Police identified two of the three suspects Thursday as 19-year-old Laina Zazueta and 25-year-old Jordan Po-Ching.

The suspects went outside, where they used a gun to threaten a man and force him into the female victim’s car, which the suspects stole. The man was released unharmed several blocks from the house.

The stolen vehicle, a red Honda Pilot, was recovered. Police are working to identify the third suspect, and all three remain at large.

Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to call Unified Police at 801-743-7000.

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