Gang snatch cash after threats

POLICE are hunting a gang of burglars who forced their way into a Portishead flat and made off with cash

POLICE are hunting a gang of burglars who forced their way into a Portishead flat and made off with cash.The incident happened at about 9pm at Briary Road on October 8 when four men forced their way into a flat and threatened the occupants, before fleeing with the money.One of the men is described as being of mixed heritage, about 20 years-old and around 6ft tall.He was of medium build and wearing a stone island jacket, dark jeans and new white trainers.His face was covered with a Burberry style beige scarf.The other offender was white, around 5ft 9ins tall and about 20-years-old. He was wearing a dark green combat jacket with a black scarf covering his face.The third man was white and spoke with a Bristol accent. He had hazel coloured eyes and was wearing a white jacket with a blue horizontal line across the top of the chest and an elasticated waistband.He was also wearing dark coloured jeans and light coloured trainers, which had a star on the side and the letter C next to it.He was also covering his face with a Burberry style scarf.The final suspect is described as white and wearing a camouflage jacket, dark green trainers and white trousers, which had a thin blue line running down the legs. Anyone with information about this incident should contact DC Rice at Weston CID on 0845 4567000 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.


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