Patch.com reports: A Woodmere family was robbed at gunpoint as they were walking into their home early this morning, and Nassau police are looking for the men responsible.
According to police, the family of four parked their car in the driveway of their home in North Woodmere at 4:55 a.m. and started to walk toward their home. As they did, two men ran toward them and yelled for them to get to the ground. One of the men pulled out a gun.
The two men then stole money and jewelry from the family before getting into a dark-colored sedan and fleeing in an unknown direction.
One of the robbers was a black man, about 5 feet, 8 inches tall, 230 pounds, with black hair in braids, wearing a blue shirt with white denim jeans. The other man was also black, 5 feet, 11 tall, with a thin build and short black hair, wearing a black shirt and dark-colored pants.