Two men dressed as Mormon missionaries in Vegas.
The two men dressed as missionaries knocked on a door in Las Vegas. But instead of a Bible, they whipped out a gun.
The robbers, who posed as Mormon missionaries, chatted with homeowner Terence Delucia about religion briefly during the June incident, local police said.
About five minutes after they showed up, they physically assaulted him and robbed him at gunpoint, according to authorities.
"Something went around my neck, a hand went around my mouth," Delucia told CNN affiliate KTNV. "I screamed for my wife."
When she heard her husband’s cries, Ida Delucia hid in a bedroom closet and dialed 911.
"I just wish I could have done something else . . . but I was really scared," she said.
Their daughter also took cover in her bedroom closet and waited for police to arrive.
As the family hid, the robbers beat Terence Delucia with a weapon and punched him repeatedly.