They donned “black ninja suits,” went to a swanky 8,000-square-foot house in a high-end Florida neighborhood and waited for the owners to come home.

That’s where these weapon-wielding men confronted Bill Kitchen and Camilo Espinol on Wednesday night. And when the suspects met the homeowners in the garage, they tied their hands behind their backs and forced them to point out valuables inside the $1.2 million home in Windermere, WKMG-TV reported. The homeowners had no choice but to watch helplessly as the heist unfolded.

When the couple returned home Wednesday night, they were met by men they described as dressed like ninjas who then bound their hands and proceeded to take some of their valuables. (Image source: WFTV-TV)

When the couple returned home Wednesday night, they were met by men they described as dressed like ninjas who then bound their hands and proceeded to take some of their valuables. (Image source: WFTV-TV)

Once inside the home, the couple’s security cameras captured the ninja-dressed robbers.

“Our home security shows me (hands bound behind me) in the office, pointing out the valuables. Camilo is sitting, also bound, with his head in a pillow case. One of the three robbers (in black Ninja suits) found Camilo’s hat, and is wearing it. In the second pic, the robber sees the video camera,” Kitchen wrote on Facebook, according to WKMG.

(Image source: WFTV-TV)

(Image source: WFTV-TV)

(Image source: WFTV-TV)

(Image source: WFTV-TV)

“We were asked to produce all money, jewelry and valuables. For an hour they ransacked the house,” WFTV-TV reported of Kitchen’s post.

Watch WFTV’s report:

Police are still conducting an investigation while the robbers remain at large.

The couple’s stolen car was later found close to their home.