UPDATE | 12:20 p.m. Police believe the men who robbed a Paso Robles home on Friday morning are now heading into the Central Valley, according to dispatches over the police scanner.
Their BMW is described as a white or cream-colored SUV that's approximately 10 years old with "low profile rims," according to the dispatch. Three or four men may be inside.
The SUV has Oklahoma license plates, low profile tires and aftermarket rims. One suspect is described as a male who used a screwdriver as a weapon. He's estimated to be 170 to 180 pounds and 30 to 35 years old.
Initial reports on Friday's Paso Robles home robbery said it occurred about 11:15 a.m., but police now report it happened about 10:40 a.m.
The person inside the home said two men forced their way into his residence. The suspects were armed with screwdrivers and possibly knives. They bound the victim’s hands and feet while they ransacked the house.
The resident was not injured.
Anyone with information can call the Paso Robles Police Department's communications center at 237-6464 or 911 if it's an emergency.
Original story: Police are looking for suspects in a robbery that occurred at 11:15 a.m. Friday on the 300 block of Arabian Lane in Paso Robles.
The male suspects may have knives or guns, according to police, and are driving a white BMW. Their direction of travel has not yet been determined.
Details on what was taken or if any injuries occurred have not yet been disclosed. Arabian Lane is a residential street off Niblick Road on the city's east side.