A substantial sum of cash has been recovered after an armed raid at a home in Malin on Saturday night.
Gardaí launched follow-up searches in the aftermath of the attack at Beaugh, which has rocked the entire Inishowen community.
However, the suspects, who tied up two men during the raid, remain at large.
The incident happened at 7.30pm on Saturday night when four masked intruders broke into the home brandishing crowbars.
The home was that of John Byrne, local businessman and director of the local GAA club, who was attending a wedding at the time.
Mr Bryne’s sons, aged in their 20s, were tied up by the raiders and left shaken by the ordeal.
The burglars fled on foot with a large sum of cash, some of which belonged to the GAA club.
Gardaí conducted follow-up searches to recover some money and investigations are continuing to track the suspects.
Drivers are being asked to share dashcam footage from the area if they were on the roads between 6pm and 8pm on Saturday evening.
The suspects are believed to have escaped the area through fields, and Gardaí are calling on farmers or any members of the public who noticed anything untoward to get in touch.
The incident also occurred during the busy Mass time in the area, so anyone who was nearby is asked to report anything that may have been suspicious.
The public is being urged to contact Buncrana Garda Station on (074) 932 0540 with any information that could help with the investigations.