SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO -- Two 19-year-old men and a teenager were arrested Monday after they reportedly held three teens at knifepoint while burglarizing their home.

South San Francisco residents Enrique Cruz, Percibal Omar Alberto and an unidentified 17-year-old boy were arrested on charges of first degree burglary, conspiracy and receiving stolen property for premeditating a home-invasion robbery in the 800 block of Commercial Avenue, South San Francisco police Sgt. Tom Neary said. Cruz was additionally charged with armed robbery after he held three teenagers, acquaintances of all three suspects, at knifepoint for their belongings.

The three teens were playing video games in a bedroom about 9:35 a.m. when they heard pounding on the front door and a window shattering, police said. The victims, two 16-year-olds and a 17-year-old, called an adult resident who told them to lock the bedroom door.

After rummaging through the home for a few minutes, Cruz forced open the locked bedroom door and found himself face to face with the three teens, Neary said. He pulled out a knife and robbed them of their belongings, then fled the house with Alberto and the juvenile.

According to Neary, police went to Cruz's house to search it after the victims pointed him out as the suspect. While at the home, the 17-year-old suspect jumped out a second story window in an attempt to escape.

Officers caught up to him and found some of the stolen property on his person, police said. Alberto also showed up at the home during the search warrant, which turned up more of the victims' clothes and electronics.

Cruz and Alberto were booked into San Mateo County Jail, where they are being held on $100,000 and $50,000 bail, respectively. The teen, who is not being named because he is a minor, was booked into Hillsdale Juvenile Hall for burglary, conspiracy, obstruction, possession of stolen property and a probation violation.

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