Two men and a woman forced their way into an occupied home in San Diego's Colina Del Sol neighborhood early Friday and stole two laptops and a bottle of tequila, police said.
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The home invasion robbery in the 4100 block of Euclid Avenue was reported at 1:12 a.m., according to San Diego police Officer Frank Cali.
According to police, the family that lived in the apartment was asleep inside.
The dad, who was sleeping on the couch, heard the front door open and awoke to find a man and a woman inside the apartment.
The resident of the home did not recognize the thieves, who were each armed with a knife, Cali said in a statement. The thieves fled out a back door and met up with a third male suspect before running from the scene. No one was hurt.
Police described one of the men as black, 5 feet 6, with a medium build, wearing a black shirt and blue shorts. The other was described as black and in his 20s.
The woman was also black, and in her early 20s, 5 feet 1, with a thin build, Cali said. She wore a black strapless top with blue jeans, he said.
During the police investigation, a police car at the scene was struck and slightly damaged by a hit-and-run driver, reported 10news.
The accident resulted in a flat tire and broken mirror for the patrol car. No one was injured.
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