BIGGS, Calif. - Dogs were barking at 4:00 Sunday morning in a Biggs home, warning residents that something was amiss.
When they went to investigate, the owners were held at gunpoint by three men. Several items were stolen from the home, which was in the 300 block of J Street in Biggs. Also, a 2007 Ford Crown Victoria sedan was taken from the home by the home invaders.
The stolen sedan was found a short time later on the 1100 block of Eighth Street. Some of the property taken during the home invasion was recovered inside of the vehicle.
Police said evidence they discovered will be processed for DNA and fingerprints.
Two of the suspects were described as black male adults who were wearing dark clothes and masks. A third suspect, also wearing dark clothes and a mask, is described as being a white or Hispanic male adult, approximately 25-30 years old with a thin build.
If you have any information about this home invasion please contact Gridley-Biggs Police Detective Alberto Rodriguez, at (530) 846-5670.
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