Police in New Jersey say a family returning home from a Thanksgiving weekend vacation was carjacked in their own driveway as they unpacked luggage.
Police in Millburn say the family was unloading the two Range Rovers just before 2 a.m. Monday when they were approached by two armed men.
Police said one man held a 13-year-old child at gunpoint and the other pointed a gun at the other family members, demanding keys to the cars and cash. The girl's big sister, Anna Zakusylo, said they even threatened to kill her.
"They didn't have a plan" she said. They were all over the place. They got what they wanted and they left."
One man drove off in one the family's vehicles; the other man couldn't get the SUV to start so he left in in a waiting car.
Police later found the stolen Range Rover in Newark.
Zakusylo said she and her family know they were lucky -- especially because they still remember another carjacking in 2013 where carjackers killed a man in front of his wife to steal his Range Rover.
"The important thing is that everyone is safe," she said. "Everyone is in the house. It's just material things."
The men wore hooded sweatshirts that partially concealed their faces.
No arrests have been made in the case.