By Jacqueline Quynh

ERIE, Colo. (CBS4)– Erie police have arrested three teenagers accused of breaking into a home and forcing the residents to give them money. The three suspects have been identified as Kamron Keshaun Quillen, 18, Erik Isaiah Johnson Mosley, 18, and Jacquez Ezekiel Rondae Baker, 18.

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The suspects, all 18 years old and from Aurora, are facing several charges including first-degree kidnapping, first-degree burglary, aggravated robbery and theft of $5,000 to $20,000.

The home invasion happened overnight Saturday. Police say the suspects broke in through a window at a home on Painted Horse Way, after canvassing other homes.

(credit: CBS)

Once they got inside, police say they forced a couple at the home to go to an ATM and withdraw money from their bank accounts.

Kamron Keshaun Quillen, Erik Isaiah Johnson Mosley, Jacquez Ezekiel Rondae Baker

Erik Isaiah Johnson Mosley, Kamron Keshaun Quillen, Jacquez Ezekiel Rondae Baker were arrested in connection with an Erie home invasion and robbery. (credit: Erie Police)

The teens returned the couple at 4 a.m. Sunday, but the victims had their phones taken away so they couldn’t call for help immediately. They later called for help from a neighbor’s home.

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Surveillance video one resident believes may have captured the suspect vehicle. (credit: CBS)

Detectives say they used a combination of tools to track down the suspects, obtained warrants Tuesday and then arrested the suspects. They remain in the Weld County jail as the investigation continues.

Jacqueline Quynh

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