It's really unlikely they'll come back. A good thief knows to quit when they're ahead. If it was personal you would have recognized something about them. If you're going to rob or kill someone, the best victim is someone you don't know. If there's no connection betwen the suspect and the victim, it makes the suspect incredibly hard to find.
Since the sucessfully got what they want it's doubtful they'll risk coming back, especially if they think you're waiting for them.
That being said, it's time to change your habits. Park closer to the door, talk to your neighbors and form a watch group. Also keep your drapes closed so no one can see what's inside. Maybe aim your webcam out the window. Even if it's not post signs that the property is under survelliance. To be safe re-key the locks if any keys were stolen.
> held at gunpoint.
> fuckers stole my friendīs car (2002 Fiat Brava), my friendīs cellphone, his
> girlfriendīs purse (with cellphone), my girlfriendīs purse (with wallet and
> cellphone), and nothing from me.
> iīm still fucking scared.
> it was 7pm, and it was RIGHT IN FRONT of the building where i live. The sons of
> bitches even saw where i leave, beause they saw me leaving the building, and
> when i opened the door of my friendīs car to go into, i was pushed back, when i
> turned to look, i just see the gun right on my chest, i turned slowly, and saw a
> guy behind my girlfriend with a gun, while other was jacking the driverīs seat.
> how the hell do i not feel affraid after this ?
> i already cancelled the bank cards (that was inside my girlfriendīs purse), need
> to go to the bank and ask for another one.
> but at least noone got hurt, no one reacted to them, so they went without
> shooting or hitting anyone.