4 people impersonate FBI agents in tactical gear during DC armed home robbery

D.C. police are actively investigating the incident.

December 15, 2022, 6:39 PM

Four individuals posing as FBI agents robbed a home in D.C. on Wednesday during an early morning incident, the Metropolitan Police Department confirmed and is actively investigating.

Police said the four suspects entered a home with flashlights and tactical gear, and allegedly used a crowbar to force the front door open. During the armed robbery, the individuals falsely claimed they were FBI agents.

PHOTO: A DC police car
A DC police car
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Five individuals were present in the home during the early morning robbery, and two victims of the non-federal raid "were able to flee the residence and contact law enforcement," the police report read. The robbers stole a $12,000 Rolex watch, a 2017 Audi Q3, $3,300 in cash, two iPhone 11s and two safes, according to the official police incident report.

"The suspects fled the residence in a silver Audi with unknown tags. This case remains under active investigation," D.C. Police told ABC News.

ABC News requested comment from the FBI, which referred this case to D.C. Police.