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E-fit appeal following burglary in Cold Brayfield

Alert message sent 02/03/2021 14:32:00

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Thames Valley Police is releasing an e-fit image following a burglary in Cold Brayfield.

At around 10.35am on Friday 19 February, a person was seen trying to open the window of a house in Bedford Road using a tool.

A passing driver sounded their horn, startling the man. The man then ran to a car that was waiting nearby with another two people inside it.

Nothing was stolen during the incident.

The passenger in the car, depicted in the e-fit, is described as an Eastern European man in his thirties, of a thickset build and about 6ft tall. He was wearing a hooded top.

The offender at the window is described as a white man aged in his thirties or forties, approximately 5ft 10ins tall and of a medium build.  He had fairly long mousey brown hair and was clean shaven.   He was wearing dark clothing and a black cotton hooded jacket.

The driver of the car is described as a white man aged in his thirties or forties, he had short dark hair and had stubble as though he hadn’t shaved for a few days. He was wearing a dark hooded jacket. 

To view the e-fit image and for more information, please read our press release at https://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/news/thames-valley/news/2021/march/01-03-2021/e-fit-image-released-following-burglary--milton-keynes/
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Mel Reedman (Police, Communications Officer, Thames Valley)

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