A group of masked men robbed a popular East Bay Target store this weekend, and police say that as of Tuesday, the suspects remain at large.
KRON 4 reports that the crime went down Saturday at the Target store located at 1555 40th Street in Emeryville.
According to Bay City News, at 12:07 a.m. three men in masks stormed into the Target. "One of the suspects had a handgun and another had a rifle and they told all the employees to get on the floor."
A look at the Target website reveals that this was just minutes after closing time, as that location (which the company calls their "Oakland-Emeryville" location) is open from 8 a.m. to midnight every day. It's unclear from initial reports if any patrons were still in the store at the time of the heist.
BCN reports that the suspects "took money from the cash drawer and fled in a 4-door silver sedan." As of publication time, information on the amount of cash stolen had not been released.
As of Tuesday morning, further details on the suspects were not available. However, police did confirm that the investigation is ongoing, and that no arrests had been made in the case.