Using the homeowners' own 16-camera surveillance system, police have identified a gunman in a brazen Saturday home invasion robbery in Rancho Cucamonga.
Carlos Vasquez, 20, and five unidentified men carrying a gun, baseball bats and golf clubs forced their way into a home in the 6100 block of Ashton Place, bound its occupants and escaped with $50,000 in cash, clothes and jewelry, police said.
Joseph Hunter, a mortgage broker, is listed in property records as the owner of the two-story, four-bedroom house. Hunter and music producer Andre Galin, who also lived at the house, were entertaining three women early Saturday when the men followed one of them into the house, police said.
The woman had gone outside to speak on her cell phone shortly before the robbery. On the tape, the thieves are seen following her into the house, but police said they haven't determined whether she assisted with the robbery.