Cell phones, laptops, and other electronics were stolen from two residents who were forced to the ground for 25 minutes while the robbers scoured their apartment late Sunday night.
The incident occurred shortly before 12. a.m., Midnight in the 3800 block of Elkins Avenue off of 39th Avenue North near Charlotte Avenue.
One of the victims was on the back porch while the other was in the kitchen when the robbers arrived.
Max Devaney told Nashville's news 2 that they were wearing gloves, black pants, and a ski mask during the robbery.
“They were professional about it, they knew what they were doing. They made us hand them everything, not touch it. All that good stuff.”
Devaney explained two of the three intruders were wearing white t-shirts and one wore a red shirt. All were armed with black semi automatic handguns.
According to authorities, the suspects are said to be between 16 and 21 years old.
They were said to be driving a 2003 black Pontiac vibe with Wisconsin tag #403EPN.
Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME.