2 suspects sought in connection to Southeast Side home invasion, police say

The suspects are accused of holding three people at gunpoint in their own home, demanding money, according to officials

A search is underway for three suspects accused of breaking into a home on the Southeast Side and trying to rob three people at gunpoint, according to San Antonio police. (KSAT)

SAN ANTONIO – A search is underway for two suspects accused of breaking into a home on the Southeast Side and trying to rob three people at gunpoint, according to San Antonio police.

The incident happened around 11:17 p.m., Friday, in the 400 block of Porter Street.

Police said two men wearing masks and carrying large bags broke into the home and held the homeowners at gunpoint -- a man and two women.

The suspects demanded money and one of the victims said he did not have any. Authorities said he was struck by one of the suspects in the head.

Another one of the suspects punched one of the women as they were leaving, police said.

The victims were treated by EMS at the scene but none were taken to area hospitals for injuries.

The suspects fled the scene in an unknown direction. The investigation is still ongoing.

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Cody King is a digital journalist for KSAT 12. She previously worked for WICS/WRSP 20 in Springfield, Illinois.