A woman was robbed at gunpoint by three unknown men who broke into a Kottinger Ranch home early Sunday morning, according to a Pleasanton police spokeswoman.
The robbers, described as young African-American men in dark clothing, fled from the scene in an SUV and remain at-large, according to Lt. Maria Munayer.
The incident unfolded around 3:45 a.m. Sunday, which is when the resident reported being woken up by the sound of broken glass from a rear sliding door, according to Munayer.
"She was confronted by two suspects who brandished a handgun at her, demanded cash and ransacked the interior of the home," Munayer said. "The victim was uninjured."
The group of three robbers then fled the scene in an SUV of unknown make and model, according to the lieutenant. They were described as black men, 18-25 years old, and dressed in dark clothing.
The robbery was reported to police several hours after it occurred, and officers immediately began an investigation after arriving at the scene in the Kottinger Ranch neighborhood, Munayer said.
Detectives later retrieved surveillance camera footage that depicted three men exiting the front door while carrying property from the home. The footage then shows an unknown SUV drive up to the front of the house and pick up the three robbers, according to Munayer.
The robbers and their vehicle were still outstanding as of Sunday night.
Police released three still photographs pulled from the surveillance video footage, black-and-white pictures that show the three suspects but not their faces as well as the SUV at a distance.
The Pleasanton Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying the robbers, according to Munayer. Anyone with information about the case can call detectives at 931-5100.