Two men wearing camouflage are on the run after forcing their way into a home in the 1400 block of N.W. 165th Street.
The men broke into the house near the intersection of N.W. 164th Street and N. Western Avenue Friday morning. Police said no one was hurt.
"My brother, he just opened the door, and they kicked in, and that's how it started. Pretty much he dragged me and said ‘Face on the ground', and asked who's in the house, and I told him my kids, my wife, and my other brother," said Momtaz Faysal, the victim. "So they pretty much gathered everyone, and they just took pretty much whatever they can find."
The homeowner said the gunmen actually took some jewelry and some cash, which were stored in a safe. The men then took a bunch of keys that the family had stored in one of the vases, and then they just took off.
Police are investigating whether or not this family was specifically targeted or if this was a random act.
The two men escaped and are not believed to be in the area. Police do not have a description of the men, other than the fact they were wearing camouflage.