Police plea to catch Queensbury roof raiders

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: An e-fit of one of the suspects An e-fit of one of the suspects

Detectives are hunting burglars who stole money and jewellery after breaking into a house in Bradford through the roof.

The raiders used a ladder to climb onto a house in Shibden Head Court, Queensbury, before removing tiles so one of them could get in.

A substantial amount of cash was taken, as well as two gold and diamond rings, during the raid which happened at about 8am on Wednesday, December 4.

The men left when challenged by witnesses.

Police said three men were seen at the house.

On Saturday they released e-fits of two of them.

One of the men was described as being about 65 years old, about 5ft 9ins, fat, with very short grey hair and a dirty beard.

He was wearing a green or brown baseball cap and a big blue coat.

Another was described as skinny, aged about 19, 5ft 9in, with ginger hair and stubble. He was wearing a fluorescent jacket.

The third man was white, skinny, about 5ft 9ins, with brown hair and was wearing a black tracksuit.

Anyone who recognises the men from the images, or who has any information that could assist the investigation, is asked to contact Det Con Katie Madden at Trafalgar House police station on 01274 376443 or 101.


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