Playboy Playmate is tied up with a dog leash and held at gunpoint in terrifying home invasion  

Lauryn Elaine (pictured) arrived to her North Hollywood home on Wednesday night to discover three robbers inside her home 

A Playboy Playmate was the victim of a terrifying robbery when she came home to find three masked men ransacking her property before they restrained her with a dog leash.

Lauryn Elaine reportedly arrived home to her North Hollywood home on Wednesday night at 11.45pm to find her front door had been broken open. 

When she entered she was met with the terrifying sight of two unidentified men exiting her bedroom and another man leaving her brother’s. 

TMZ reports that the three thieves were masked and one drew a gun at Elaine, demanding she open her safe.  

Then, the men allegedly bound Elaine’s hands and feet together with a dog leash while tying her to a dresser.

Elaine was forced to sit on the floor as the robbers continued their search.  

In total, the men made off with $30,000 in cash and Elaine’s purse. 

The men allegedly bound Elaine (pictured) to a dresser using a dog leash while they ransacked her home and stole $30,000 in cash

The men allegedly bound Elaine (pictured) to a dresser using a dog leash while they ransacked her home and stole $30,000 in cash 

After they fled the scene, Elaine managed to free herself and ran outside her home to find help. 

In a video obtained by TMZ, Elaine shows the inside of her looted home.

She points out where the suspects tied her up, what appears to be an open safe on the ground and a glass door that had been smashed during the break in. 

After the thieves left her home, Elaine was able to escape her restraints and run outside her home to get help

After the thieves left her home, Elaine was able to escape her restraints and run outside her home to get help

The men rummaged through her room, haphazardly throwing items from her closet across the floor. 

Elaine also shows the door the suspects broke down to gain access to her home, leaving behind pieces of wood on the ground near the entryway. 

Authorities are currently looking for any video in the area that can help identify the suspects.   

DailyMail.com reached out to the LAPD North Hollywood Division and Lauryn Elaine for further comment. 

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