Parolee sweep, parole sweep bay area, Parolee at large, CDCR, parole GPS device, Parole GPS tracking device, Parole ankle bracelets, Parole GPS ankle bracelets, Robert Ambroselli, California Director of Adult Parole, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, CDC, Parolee Task Force, Fugitive task force, CDCR’s Most Wanted, CDC’s Most Wanted,CDC Most Wanted, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Most Wanted,Laura Anthony, Reporter Laura Anthony, Parole Reform, Parole GPS Monitoring, Gangbusters Sweep, Oakland Police Captain Paul Figueroa, Alameda County Deputy District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s Most Wanted, Police in Pleasant Hill are searching for three suspects who broke into a home late Wednesday night wearing police jackets and stole electronics at gunpoint, a police sergeant said. Officers responded to the reported home invasion robbery at 131 Chilpancingo Parkway at around 11:30 p.m., Pleasant Hill police Sgt. Gary Brown said. Residents of the home told police they were at home playing video games when two white men in their 20s entered through a sliding glass door wearing windbreakers with the word “Police” on them. The two suspects, who were carrying what appeared to be handguns and a Taser, reportedly identified themselves as police and ordered everyone onto the floor. One victim was hit with the handle of a handgun causing a cut on the forehead and chipped teeth, Brown said. The suspects took electronics from the home before fleeing to a waiting getaway car driven by a third suspect. The three were last seen driving east on Chilpancingo Parkway. One of the robbers was described as tall and thin with dark hair, and the second as short and heavier. Police did not get an accurate description of the driver. The vehicle they were in was described as a champagne or brown colored late model sport utility vehicle, possible a Chevrolet, with a California plate similar to 4TEZ960 or 4TEX690.