BEVERLY HILLS—A Beverly Hills burglary is under investigation after the suspects evaded a police perimeter surrounding the residence where they were believed to be hiding earlier this week, authorities said.

Officers from the Beverly Hills Police Department responded to a break-in that was reported on Monday, December 5 at approximately 8 p.m. on the 500 block of North Walden Drive, near Santa Monica and Wilshire Boulevards.

The BHPD forewarned the public to avoid the area and residents were urged to call authorities if they noticed anything suspicious by tweeting, “Police Activity 500 Block N. Walken. Poss. Burglaryl in progress stay clear of area. Report any suspicious persons.”

Police surrounded the home, where the suspects—but no residents—were believed to inside. The searched concluded at approximately 4:40 a.m., with the burglars still at large.

A preliminary investigation revealed the homeowners saw the burglars on surveillance footage, flee the residence and contacted authorities, according to reports. At this time, it remains unclear if anything was taken from the home.

No arrests have been made and no other information was immediately available; the incident is under investigation. Canyon News reached out to the BHPD for comment, but did not hear back before print.

The BHPD notified the public at approximately 8 a.m. on Tuesday, December 6 that the criminal activity had concluded and the aforementioned roadways were reopened.

“The Police activity has come to conclusion and the roadways are currently now open. Thank you for your cooperation,” tweeted the BHPD.