Girls sprayed with BLEACH during Derbyshire burglary

EARLY-morning call for the police to Victoria Road, Kirkby.
EARLY-morning call for the police to Victoria Road, Kirkby.

Burglars who raided a caravan and house in Pinxton sprayed bleach on the hands of two girls before they left.

On Monday, January 18 at 3.20pm three men broke into a caravan and house on Alfreton Road.

There were two girls in the caravan; one of the men stole a ring and a watch from a girls hand and wrist.

The men then led the girls into the house after smashing the patio doors.

A CCTV unit was stolen from the house and the men sprayed the girl’s hands with bleach before they left.

Other items stolen was jewellery including coral bead necklaces, earrings, gold chains, gold rings, a diamond engagement ring, a wedding ring and trainers.

One of the men was white with tanned skin, 5ft 8ins tall, of a medium build, brown eyes, and dark coloured hair. He was wearing a black hat, an orange cover over his mouth and dark coloured clothing.

The second man was white, between 25-30 years-old, 6ft tall with ginger hair and blue eyes. He was wearing dark coloured clothing and a hat.

The third man was white, tall and of a muscular build and was wearing dark coloured clothing.

All three men had Irish accents.

A silver Landrover was seen in the area around the time and was seen to drive towards the M1.

Anyone with information is asked to contact DC Christopher Anthony on 101 quoting crime number 2609/16 or ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111