Clothes and cash stolen from city centre home in 10-minute burglary


Police have released CCTV footage of two men officers wish to speak to about a burglary in Bristol city centre. Clothing and cash were stolen from a property in Small Street between 6pm and 6.10pm on Saturday, April 6, Avon and Somerset Police said.

Investigating officer Max Sims said that, since the burglary was carried out, extra patrol have been carried out in the area and officers are now appealing for help identifying two men as part of their enquiries.

Both are described as white. One was wearing a beige cap, dark coloured clothing and white trainers at the time and the other was wearing beige trousers, a denim jacket and a purple hat.

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Officer Sims said: “Our investigation into this burglary is continuing and we now want to speak to these men as part of our enquiries.

“We have been in regular contact with the victim and continue to keep them updated on our progress and neighbourhood officers have been carrying extra patrols in the area since the incident was reported.”

Police officers believe these two men may be able to aid in their enquiries after a burglary in Bristol city centre
Police officers believe these two men may be able to aid in their enquiries after a burglary in Bristol city centre -Credit:Avon and Somerset Police/CCTV

Anyone with information which may help the investigation is asked to call 101 and give the call handler the reference number 5224092448, or complete the online appeals form.