LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas police have started an investigation after a couple said their home was allegedly burglarized during a real estate open house over the weekend.
The Las Vegas Police Department suspects at least six people and two cars were involved.
Summerlin homeowner Paul Wilkes says the group of suspects were among potential buyers of the $1.2 million home near South Hualapai Way and West Sunset Road.
Authorities say a surveillance camera on the property captured images Saturday of the suspects' faces.
Wilkes says two designer handbags valued up to $5,000 combined were stolen.
No one was injured. Anyone with information is asked to call law enforcement.