TWO masked burglars threatened to stab a teenager in his bedroom when they broke into his home and demanded he hand over his brother’s car keys.

Cassius Hussain, 18, from Firbeck, in Harden, was lying in bed at 11.45am on Monday when the two raiders entered his bedroom armed with a knife.

The pair had broken into the home by smashing a glass door and the stunned teenager was threatened and told he would be stabbed if he did not hand over the keys to his brother’s Volkswagen Golf R, which was parked on the driveway.

His brother was in another part of the home, which could not be accessed by the burglars, at the time of the break-in.

Cassius, an A-level student at Beckfoot School in Bingley, had no idea where his brother had put his keys, and the intruders left empty-handed.

He said: “I was in bed when they walked into my room.

“It was really confusing and I didn’t know who it was.

“They were wearing black masks and one was carrying a knife.

“They were threatening me with a knife and one of them said ‘stab him’.

“I was in shock and panicking. I couldn’t do anything.”

The burglars left Cassius in his room so they could search the house before coming back into his room for a second time to demand the keys.

The ordeal lasted between five and ten minutes before they fled the scene.

Cassius added: “I waited until I couldn’t hear any noises then went downstairs and found cupboards had been emptied all over the house, and the back door smashed.”

The family-of-six which lives in the home is now trying to put extra security measures in place to protect it from any further break-ins.

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said: “Police are investigating this incident which is believed to have happened between 11.45am and 11.55am on Monday.

“Anyone who can assist our inquiries is asked to contact Bradford District CID on 101, quoting crime reference 13180230771 or use the ‘Contact Us’ options at”

Information can also be reported to 0800 555111.