Terrifying CCTV captures five burglars out of home before attempting to break in MACHETES

Terrifying CCTV captures: five burglars: Staying out at home before attempting to break in MACHETES

  • Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for any information on the five men
  • The men slip through a property's back gate with the massive blades
  • They believe they could be connected with two house burglaries last month
  • Buglary incidents took place on the 20th and 28th of October this year

Leigh Mcmanus For Mailonline

This terrifying CCTV footage shows five men slip through the gate with a machetes in what looks like an attempted burglary.

Nottinghamshire Police are appealing for information on Chilwell Road, Beeston, near Nottingham last month.

With the large blades.

The incidents took place on the 20th and 28th of October and the police are now asking for the help of the public.

Looking for the property, looking out for the fence and looking at the house.

Some of the brazen men even peer up towards the camera, unwittingly revealing their faces.

The owner of the CCTV

The men in hoodies, and their faces covered

One man wearing a hoodie and trainers can be seen bolting out of the back garden and fleeing the scene.

Walk in the back gate.

Them all the faces and hands covered in this time and make their way towards the house.

While stalking the perimeter of the house, this man unwittingly reveals his face to the camera

Footage also showed this unmarried man bolting out of the garden

A fifth man can be seen peeking around the corner.

Commenting on the footage, Francesco Luigi said: 'Absolutely disgusting .. imagine being in your house alone and waking up to that ..? !!'

Kristýna Krčova said: 'That's how they do their Christmas shopping. I have a little baby. "

Nottinghamshire Police said: Chilwell Road, Beeston, on 20 and 28 October 2018.

'If you recognize the men or think you can help, please call Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 857 of 28 October 2018, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.'


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