Wednesday, December 1, 2021
spot_img
HomeNewsCrimePolice appeal after Walworth man's house burgled after keys and wallet nicked...

Police appeal after Walworth man’s house burgled after keys and wallet nicked from restaurant

Police have released an image of a man they wish to speak to, after a Walworth man’s home was burgled, after his keys were nicked from a kebab restaurant.

Both burglaries were said to have happened on April 30 while the victim, aged in his forties, was at work at the kebab restaurant in Walworth Road.

It is believed the culprit broke into the restaurant at 10am via a rear window, and stole the victim’s keys and wallet from a locker.

The restaurant worker reported the burglary to the police at 6pm later that day.

On returning home at about 8pm, the victim realised his home in Walworth had been broken into and a number of items had been stolen.

Officers believe the same person is responsible for both offences and are appealing to anyone who recognises the man shown in the image to contact them.

No arrests have been made.

Anyone with information can call Southwark CID on 020 7232 6170 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

RELATED ARTICLES

Most Popular

Recent Comments

Michael Peacock on The King of Nunhead
EricEatsPickles on Letters to the editor: 09/11/17
Bermonds03 on Rye Station
WesternApproaches on When The Blitz came to Southwark
WesternApproaches on When The Blitz came to Southwark
WesternApproaches on When The Blitz came to Southwark
Peter Bavington on Letters to the editor: 08/12/16
Darren McCreery on Letters: 25/05/16
Paula Griffin on Letters: 25/05/16
Catherine Stephens on COLUMN: Harriet Harman MP
Terrie Walker Amor on £5k raised for brave Southwark kids
Francis Githaiga on GALLERY: Walworth’s Got Talent!
Charlotté India Péto on TOMMY BLACKMORE: Photos and tributes
Jemma Louise Dwyer on Competition: WIN a bike worth £500!