Police Release E-Fit Image After Attempted Burglary in Aylesbury
12:56pm 18th May 2012
An Aylesbury man's been describing how would-be burglars got into his house as he slept.
He woke up and saw two men standing in his living room in Cottesloe Road.
They climbed out of an open window and ran down the garden into Birch Court.
It happened around 4.30pm on Thursday April the 10th.
The men were both black and aged between 20 and 25, around six feet tall and of medium build.
Both were wearing dark, hooded tops.
Police have released an e-fit image of a man they want to talk to connection with the break-in.
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