(SAN JOSE) — Chilling home security footage from a San Jose, California, home shows two men in black holding knives breaking into the home last Friday around noon.
Footage from various cameras around the house shows the suspects exploring the house in what police said was a robbery incident.
The unidentified suspects remain at large, San Jose Police Department public information officer Albert Morales told ABC News in a statement Tuesday.
Two women were in the home with a child when the two armed suspects climbed the staircase, Morales said, adding the victims fled into a bedroom and secured the door.
The armed men tried to kick the bedroom door down, but one of the women kept the door from budging by putting her body against the door, according to police.
The women and the child then fled into the bedroom’s bathroom, which they locked, Morales said, adding the women heard the men break down the bedroom door.
“The suspects attempted to get the victims to open the bathroom door, but they refused,” Morales said. “The suspects fled the scene prior to police arriving on scene. The two adult victims and the young child were not injured.”
Bikram Jeet Singh, the homeowner, uploaded security footage of the break-in to YouTube.
Singh was not immediately available to respond to ABC News’ requests for additional information.
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