A Hunters Point man was rudely awakened this morning after two home invaders cut the power to his house, then tried to unsuccessfully rob him. According to BCN (via SF Appeal), "When he got outside, he was confronted by two men armed with handguns who demanded he hand over his valuables, police spokesman Officer Albie Esparza said. One of the suspects then struck the man with his gun." Then, one of the rapscallions pistol-whipped then man. After a small "scuffle" in the resident's hallway, barking dogs scared off the two intruders. No arrests have been made. The suspects are described as "black males, both about 6 feet tall. One wore dark clothing, and the other was skinny and between 20 and 30 years old."