Mother, kids held at gunpoint in northwest Oklahoma City home invasion

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police are investigating a family's frightening home invasion.

It was caught on surveillance video.

Two suspects kicked in Angel Ballamy's front door.

"I heard three booms. That was them kicking in the door," Ballamy's said.

Then the suspects made it inside. They were armed and standing in Ballamy's living room.

"He pointed the gun at my son. My son is 10 years old," Ballamy said.

Her 4-year-old daughter was there too, crying.

"I was more traumatized for my kids than I was for myself," Ballamy said.

It happened around 3 a.m. at Ballamy's home near 39th and May.

Ballamy says the suspects demanded her purse, then pointed the gun at her.

"A hundred things were running through my mind, if he kills me, what about my kids? What if he shot me? What if he shot my whole family?" Ballamy said.

At first, Angel said no. But she eventually gave the men her wallet.

Then, Angel says something must have spooked the suspects because they left in a hurry. In fact, they left so fast they dropped her wallet on the front porch and just left.

The surveillance footage came from her neighbor's camera across the street. It recorded the suspects pulling into Ballamy's driveway in an SUV, and then driving slowly in front of the house.

A week has passed since that awful night, and police are still looking for the suspects.

Ballamy is hoping they're caught soon so she and her kids can try to put this nightmare behind them.

"Whatever the outcome of the situation is, God has our back and he protected us that night," Ballamy said.

Anyone who recognizes the vehicle should call Crimestoppers.