Burglary detectives investigating Northampton break-in plea to identify bobble-hatted man

Police believe villains climbed wall shortly after occupants had gone out

Tuesday, 17th May 2022, 9:17 am

Detectives investigating a Northampton break-in last month want to put a name to a bobble-hatted man spotted on CCTV cameras.

A house in Louise Road, off Barrack Road, was burgled at around 1.25pm on April 8, shortly after the occupants had gone out. Police say a man knocked at the door then left while a man was then seen climbing a wall at the rear of the property.

Officers have scoured hours of footage from security and doorbell cameras and come up with images of a bearded man wearing dark clothing they believe could have key information.

Detectives want to identify this man from CCTV images following a break-in in Louise Road, Northampton, last month. Photo: Northamptonshire Police

A Northamptonshire Police spokesperson said on Monday (May 16): “Our officers believe the man shown in these images may have information about the burglary which could assist with their investigation.

"They are appealing for him, or anyone who may recognise him, to call 101 using Incident number 22000200257 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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