Police arrived on the scene after the suspects left. The men were described as in their 20s, wearing red hooded sweat shirts, blue jeans and driving a dark vehicle.
The invasion came one day after two black men fitting similar descriptions entered a home on the 800 block of East Olive Avenue and ordered the occupant to the floor, police said.
They ransacked the residence and took documents from a safe before fleeing the area, Quesada said.
The victim was unharmed.
Police investigating bank robberies
A middle-aged black man who robbed a Burbank Citibank on Saturday appears to match the description of a suspect wanted in connection with a nearby bank robbery this summer, authorities said.
The suspect, whom witnesses described as 45 to 50 years old, 5 feet 8 and 150 pounds, walked into the Citibank at 360 E. Magnolia Blvd. and handed the teller a note demanding cash and stating that he had a gun, Burbank police Sgt. Robert Quesada said.
He then made off with an undisclosed amount of cash, police said.
The incident closely mirrored the robbery of a downtown Chase Bank on Aug. 20 in which the suspect handed over a similar note before being chased across the street by bank security into the Islands Restaurant parking lot at 101 E. Orange Grove Ave., where he was last seen.
Officers in both cases arrived within a couple of minutes of the robbery and combed the area.
In the first robbery, the suspect wore a black baseball cap, light blue T-shirt and dark slacks. He had a salt and pepper beard and was carrying a black briefcase, Quesada said.
The suspect in the second robbery had a beard, thin build and was wearing a dark blue baseball cap, dark short-sleeved shirt and tight-fitting jeans.