A San Diego resident was forced into his apartment at gunpoint by two men who ransacked his home, stole his car keys and took off in his vehicle, authorities confirmed.
The home invasion-turned-carjacking happened Monday around 11:20 p.m. in the 2500 block of C Street in San Diego’s Golden Hill area.
The San Diego Police Department (SDPD) said two unknown suspects walked up to the victim on the street, while the victim was outside his apartment, and then forced him, at gunpoint, to let them into his home.
Once inside the apartment, police said the suspects stole several items from the resident, including the keys to his black 2007 BMW. The men fled the apartment, stealing the victim’s car.
According to police, the stolen car was last spotted traveling eastbound on State Route 94. The SDPD said the license plate of the stolen car is 7CHT196.
A detailed description of the suspects was not immediately released by investigators. No injuries were reported.