Police release E-fit images after burglary in Prowse Avenue, Bushey

Watford Observer: Do you recognise these men? E-fits released after Bushey burglary Do you recognise these men? E-fits released after Bushey burglary

Two E-fit images have been released by police of suspects they would like to identify as part of investigations into a burglary in Bushey.

The crime occurred between 4.30pm and 5.30pm on Saturday, October 12 at a property in Prowse Avenue.

Offenders smashed a kitchen window to gain access and took two sets of keys before being disturbed by the victim, who was returning home. The offenders then ran off.

Detective Constable Rob Fleming from the Local Crime Unit at Borehamwood is investigating and said: "I would ask anyone who believes they can identify the suspects shown to contact me with information.

"We have spoken with a number of people in the area however, if you have any further information about the incident and have not spoken with police then please call."

Anyone with information should contact DC Fleming via the Herts police non-emergency number 101 quoting crime reference number J2.13.1034.

Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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10:50pm Tue 7 Jan 14

G_Whiz says...

They close the police station and Bushey becomes the most burgled area in Hertfordshire!?
They close the police station and Bushey becomes the most burgled area in Hertfordshire!? G_Whiz
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10:52pm Tue 7 Jan 14

smalon says...

They broke in on October the 12th, so why wait three months before releasing the details?
They broke in on October the 12th, so why wait three months before releasing the details? smalon
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11:27pm Tue 7 Jan 14

LSC says...

G_Whiz wrote:
They close the police station and Bushey becomes the most burgled area in Hertfordshire!?
Don't sell us short, we made one of the top 100 crime-ridden roads in the entire country!
OK, behind one in Watford, but they are bigger than us and we don't have any nightclubs or late bars.

The sentence in the article might be telling:
"Local Crime Unit at Borehamwood"

Sure, Bushey and Borehamwood are local. Like Siamese twins, separated at birth, we have so much in common. I know one bus (one of those cute little ones) goes to Borehamwood, but the double deckers thunder through to Edgware or Brent Cross.

I've nothing against Borehamwood, but we don't share history, geography or character. Yet that is now my local police station. Our old local police station is going to be posh flats.
[quote][p][bold]G_Whiz[/bold] wrote: They close the police station and Bushey becomes the most burgled area in Hertfordshire!?[/p][/quote]Don't sell us short, we made one of the top 100 crime-ridden roads in the entire country! OK, behind one in Watford, but they are bigger than us and we don't have any nightclubs or late bars. The sentence in the article might be telling: "Local Crime Unit at Borehamwood" Sure, Bushey and Borehamwood are local. Like Siamese twins, separated at birth, we have so much in common. I know one bus (one of those cute little ones) goes to Borehamwood, but the double deckers thunder through to Edgware or Brent Cross. I've nothing against Borehamwood, but we don't share history, geography or character. Yet that is now my local police station. Our old local police station is going to be posh flats. LSC
  • Score: 2

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