Baldock man pinned to floor while his house is burgled
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A thief pinned a man to the floor while his accomplice robbed his house in an aggravated burglary.
The two men knocked at the door of the flat in The Tene, Baldock, at around 10pm on Sunday, July 27, and pushed the victim to the floor when he answered.
The victim, in his 20s, suffered a cut lip and was held there while one of the offenders searched the flat and stole a small amount of cash.
They then ran across the park next to the flats.
The first suspect is described as a white man aged in his early to mid-20s who was of around 5ft 9in tall and of a stocky build with short light coloured hair. He was wearing an orange coloured hooded top and light coloured jogging bottoms.
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The second man is described as white, of around 5ft 6in tall who was of a skinny build. He was wearing a blue coloured scarf around his face, a light coloured hooded top and jeans.
Det sgt Rob Burns is investigating. He said: “I believe there may have been people in the park prior to or following this incident that may have seen the two suspects or something suspicious which, at the time, they didn’t realise may be connected to a crime. If you did see something or have any information which could assist my investigation, please contact me.”
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Anyone with information is asked to contact Det sgt Burn in the Hitchin Local Crime Unit on 01438 757540 or via the Herts Police non-emergency number 101 quoting crime reference number G3/14/367. Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 – you could be entitled to a reward.