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Detectives release further CCTV following Chislehurst burglary

PUBLISHED: 13:05 10 April 2018

Detectives from the Bromley Burglary Squad have released further CCTV of a burglary at a family home in Chislehurst. Picture: Met Police

Detectives from the Bromley Burglary Squad have released further CCTV of a burglary at a family home in Chislehurst. Picture: Met Police

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Detectives from the Bromley Burglary Squad have released further CCTV of a burglary at a family home in Chislehurst.

If you have any information, call Bromley Burglary Squad on 07795 334919 or via 101, or tweet @Metcc. To call anonymously, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Picture: Met PoliceIf you have any information, call Bromley Burglary Squad on 07795 334919 or via 101, or tweet @Metcc. To call anonymously, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Picture: Met Police

On Friday, February 9 at around 8.30pm, police were called to a residential address on Cookham Dene Close.

At 7.10pm, four suspects smashed the rear patio door and broke into a safe containing cash before stealing designer handbags and jewellery.

A camera fitted inside the address caught the four men searching the address whilst holding the bags.

The suspects are described as four stocky white men aged in their mid-20s, who were all wearing matching Converse All Star style trainers, baseball caps, scarves and dark gloves.

The suspects are described as four stocky white men aged in their mid-20s, who were all wearing matching Converse All Star style trainers, baseball caps, scarves and dark gloves. Picture: Met PoliceThe suspects are described as four stocky white men aged in their mid-20s, who were all wearing matching Converse All Star style trainers, baseball caps, scarves and dark gloves. Picture: Met Police

One of the men - as shown in previous footage - is seen carrying a bottle and spraying a surface prior to touching items.

The men appear to match the description of suspects who are wanted in connection with other offences in the Chislehurst area.

Detectives believe the same group of men are responsible for a number of burglaries in the Chislehurst area, in which the properties have all been broken into through the rear of the premises after the doorbell was rung.

If you can assist police with their enquiries, call Bromley Burglary Squad on 07795 334919 or via 101, or tweet @Metcc.

Detectives believe the same group of men are responsible for a number of burglaries in the Chislehurst area. Picture: Met PoliceDetectives believe the same group of men are responsible for a number of burglaries in the Chislehurst area. Picture: Met Police

To call anonymously, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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