"The Americans" actress Keri Russell experienced a scary early morning incident Wednesday as two men broke into Brooklyn Heights home while she was sleeping, police said.
Russell, who lives in the house with her husband and two children, was awaked when Ronald and Steffon Swindell entered in her home around 3 a.m., investigators said.
The actress, who films her show in New York, didn't encounter the men and wasn't harmed, according to her spokeswoman, who couldn't say what items were stolen from the home.
"Everyone is fine. Keri sends her thanks to the police," her publicist Mandi Warren said in a statement.
Ronald Swindell, 50, and his son Swindell, 19, who have had prior burglary and trespassing arrests, allegedly made their way to a nearby house on Remsen Street later in the morning and broke into the property.
Cops say they stole an iPad and a laptop from the residence before the 70-year-old owner called 911.
Officers were dispatched to the neighborhood and canvassed the streets before they found the father and son. They allegedly had the stolen merchandise in their possession, police said.
The police charged both suspects with burglary and criminal possession of stolen property.