Neighbors shocked by home invasion in South Bend

SOUTH BEND, Ind. --- South Bend Police continue to investigate a home invasion that rustled a quiet neighborhood on the Eastside.

The incident happened shortly after 10 p.m. Sunday night.

Two people were inside at the time when at least two suspects wearing masks and black clothing broke into the home.

Police said they stole a TV and Xbox before fleeing southbound down a back alley.

No one was injured. Still, the home invasion shocks neighbors David and Christin.

"It's really surprising, really surprising," they said. "It hit close to home. We don't see [a lot of home invasions] around here."

The couple has lived on Cedar Street since October. They said they did not hear the home invasion -- only the TV powered on inside their own house.

"I didn't even hear the police or nothing," David said.

Police on scene scoured the neighborhood Sunday night with flashlights, walking in and out of the home where the incident occurred.

Despite armoring their house in video surveillance and motion detectors, Christin and David credit their three dogs for extra security.

South Bend Police told NewsCenter 16 they have no suspects in custody. They ask anyone with information about the home invasion to call 574-235-9201.