Police are still searching for two men who broke into a home and held the people inside at gunpoint.
This all happened Saturday night at a home on Fairbrook Drive, off Beatties Ford Road.
One of the victims told Eyewitness News he saw the two men sitting at that corner, and then 10 minutes later, he says they rushed across the street and through the family's door. He says the two men, in their late teens, held the people inside at gunpoint while they robbed them.
"He hit me right here with his gun," Gerrod Fletcher said. "It chipped into my skin. I felt the blood leaking down, and I blacked out for a short second and fell to the ground. I [saw] his boot come and kick me in the face."
The brutal attack has left Fletcher with visible wounds. He says the two men held his girlfriend and his grandfather at gunpoint.
"They kept pointing, saying they'd shoot one of them if I didn't give them the car keys," Fletcher said.
His girlfriend found the keys. Fletcher says the crooks used the car to gather the family's shoes, their TVs, and other electronics before they made their getaway.
"I'm glad we still have our life," Fletcher said. "Because they took everything, but they didn't take us."
Officers confirmed the two men took a car from the home, but have not said if they have any suspects.