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Serious Criminal Trespass – Sefton Park

Posted on 02/07/2024

At about 1am on Saturday, 20 January 2024 a person was caught on CCTV breaking into a home at Sefton Park.

The victim was woken up by loud banging at the back of the premises and heard a male voice. The victim went to investigate and found the back door had been kicked open. Fortunately nothing was stolen – most likely because the offender became spooked when he realised someone was home at the time.

CCTV footage shows a young adult male at the front of the victim’s premises using a wheelie bin to jump the fence into the back of the property.

He is described as Caucasian, aged approximately 20-25 years, with a slim/athletic build, short brown hair and clean shaven. At the time he was wearing a light coloured zip up jacket, a light coloured baseball cap on backwards, tracksuit style pants and distinctive sneakers which are dark on the sides and toe and light coloured on the top.

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