SAN ANTONIO — A San Antonio woman participating in a Zoom call in her bedroom was robbed at gunpoint Friday afternoon, authorities said.
The people participating in the video meeting with the woman called police for help, KENS-TV reported.
According to the San Antonio Police Department, the robbery occurred at about 2:50 p.m. CDT.
Authorities said a 15-year-old girl and Adrian Guillen, 19, forced their way into the woman’s home, KSAT reported. Witnesses in the Zoom meeting said they saw Guillen hold a gun to her head and demand her belongings, according to the television station.
The witnesses notified the woman’s boss. Police said Guillen and the juvenile ransacked the apartment and took several items, including a safe, KSAT reported.
The pair then fled the scene in a white Honda Accord driven by Jaime Trevino, 39, the television station reported.
Authorities tracked down the trio to another home, where they had broken into the safe and emptied the items into the Accord before leaving, according to KENS.
Police arrested the three suspects after following them to an area motel.
According to police, Guillen had an active capital murder warrant outstanding in Bandera County, located northwest of San Antonio, KSAT reported.
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