POLICE have released further information after two young men broke into an elderly man’s home in Paganhill, Stroud earlier this week in broad daylight.
At around 2.30pm on Wednesday, August 24 the males were seen trying to gain entry to the home through the front door, and then made their way around the side of the house.
They smashed a rear window and entered the property on Paganhill Road, while the elderly occupant was asleep inside.
However, nothing is believed to have been stolen.
A caller who reported the incident to police said that the two young men had also been seen at other neighbouring properties.
At this stage no other damage has been reported.
The pair were described as being white, aged in their early 20s and of a slim build.
They were wearing grey hooded tops, black caps, black trainers and blue surgical facemasks. Also one of the males had an ‘Ellesse’ logo on his hooded top.
Officers attended and searched the area, however the offenders fled on foot.
One went in the direction of Downfield and the Cainscross area, and the other in the direction of Byron Road.
Enquiries are ongoing and investigating officers are asking for anyone who saw the two men or anyone acting suspiciously in the area to come forward.
Police are also keen to hear from anyone who saw a silver Audi A3 in the area between 2pm and 3pm that day.
They are also asking that members of the public who have any information or saw someone acting suspiciously who matches the above descriptions to call in on 101 quoting incident number 246 of August 24 2022.