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CCTV images released after Gravesend burglary

PUBLISHED: 09:57 24 July 2018 | UPDATED: 09:57 24 July 2018

The offence is reported to have taken place at a property in Wrotham Road, Istead Rise. Picture: Kent Police

The offence is reported to have taken place at a property in Wrotham Road, Istead Rise. Picture: Kent Police

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Officers investigating an aggravated burglary in Gravesend have released CCTV images to help identify men that may be able to assist with their enquiries.

CCTV footage shows one man has a distinctive tattoo. Picture: Kent PoliceCCTV footage shows one man has a distinctive tattoo. Picture: Kent Police

The offence is reported to have taken place at a property in Wrotham Road, Istead Rise, overnight on July 13 and 14.

No serious injuries were sustained from the incident however the occupants of the home were threatened with knives by four men before a large quantity of watches and jewellery were stolen.

DC Oliver Tween, the investigating officer for this case, said: “We have carried out numerous enquiries into this incident and have identified some people on CCTV who we believe have important information on the events that occurred.

“The first is a man who has a distinctive, tribal style tattoo on his forearm.

“The second is of a man wearing a light coloured hoodie with what appears to be the initials ‘SA’ next to the kangaroo pocket.”

Anyone with information on the identity of these men is asked to call 01474 366149 quoting XY/43486/18.

Alternatively, the independent charity Crimestoppers in Kent can be anonymously contacted on 0800 555 111.


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