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Police searching for 4 suspects involved in armed robbery in Dublin home

Followed occupants as they drove into home's garage

Police are searching for four suspects involved in an armed home invasion that occurred Sunday night in Dublin.

According to police, officers responded to North Terracina Drive just before 9 p.m. on reports of a robbery.

Police said four masked men wearing dark clothing approached victims pulling into the driveway of their residence. Two of the suspects allegedly possessed firearms and ordered the residents inside.

While inside, one of the suspects watched the victims while the others proceeded to ransack the home stealing several high-end handbags and a small amount of cash.

According to police, the suspects were calm and methodical during the invasion, and appeared organized.

A residential surveillance video captured a light colored SUV leaving the area, however if anyone who witnessed the invasion or who may have further surveillance footage is encouraged to contact Dublin police at (925) 462-1212.

Jade Atkins, Bay City News

— Bay City News Service

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