HOME INVASION: Pleasant Hill Family Held At Gunpoint
A Pleasant Hill family was held at gunpoint and robbed on Saturday night.
Police said five armed men broke into a house at 775 Sunburst Drive around 8:15 p.m. on Saturday.
The men came in through the basement sliding window and went up the stairs where the family was watching TV, according to police. Officers said the man and woman were held at gunpoint by two of the men while the others searched the home.
The men found the couple’s son upstairs. They then forced him to the ground and held him at gunpoint, according to police.
Officers said the robbers took the victim’s cell phones, cash and valuables from the family.
The suspects were gone before police arrived at the home, officers said.
The victims’ names have not been released.
Police said the men wore hoodies and bandanas during the home invasion. Anyone with information about the case is urged to call the Pleasant Hill Police.