E-fit released after intruders target Sheerwater home
By mattcollison | Friday, November 23, 2012, 13:46
A WOMAN had a fright when she drew the curtains at her Woking home to find three intruders trying to climb through the window.
An e-fit of one of the men police want to trace.
The incident happened at 6pm on November 13 in Lambourne Crescent, Sheerwater.
Surrey Police have released an e-fit image of one of the men they want to speak to in connection with the incident on Tuesday, November 13.
At 6pm three dark clothed men, including a man wielding a 2ft crowbar, went to the downstairs window of a property in Lambourne Crescent, Sheerwater, and forced it open.
But they fled in an old white van after the occupant opened the curtains on them as they started to climb through.
Karim Tayar, temporary detective sergeant , said: "This was a disturbing incident for the householder who was in her home at the time."
The main suspect is described as white, in his early twenties, of slim build and approximately 5ft 7ins tall.
He had short dark brown hair, brown eyes, a round face with gaunt cheeks and a dark stud in his ear.
He was wearing a grey ribbed sweater which was black on the bottom and grey on top, black jeans and black and grey ski gloves. He was also holding a two foot long crow bar. The other two suspects are described as white men in dark clothing.
Anyone who has any information about this incident should call Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference WK/12/6869.