SAN FRANCISCO—On October 17, three suspects between the ages of 30 to 40 years old, broke into a Mission Bay home stealing items worth $100,000. In efforts to identify the suspects, video footage from a home surveillance camera has been released to the public by the San Francisco Police Department.

The  suspects entered a residential building on the 100 block of Channel Street at approximately 3:40 p.m. in the city’s SOMA neighborhood. The assailants stole electronics, jewelry and several high-end watches from the home before fleeing the scene, notes a press release from the San Francisco Police Department.

SFPD Spokesman Carlos Manfredi indicated the suspects “blending in” to their environment—dressed in nice clothes, in order to cause less suspicions before the burglary.

“If they did this successfully to this one resident, they are going to do it again and again…” said Manfredi of the suspects.

The first suspect was seen wearing a light colored ascot hat, with a white collared dress shirt. He was wearing dark pants, a wrist watch and has a dark beard. The second suspect was seen wearing a hat, a dark top and light colored pants. The third suspect was seen wearing a dark colored hat, a dark top and dark pants.

The SFPD is asking anyone from the public with information on the suspects to contact the San Francisco Police Anonymous Tip Line at (415) 575-4444 or Text-A-Tip to TIP411 and begin the message with SFPD.

Written By Prezleigh Moy and Casey Jacobs