Police appeal after robbery in Chorley

Police appeal after robbery in Chorley

Police appeal after robbery in Chorley

First published in News

POLICE are appealing for information after a robbery in Chorley.

The incident happened at shortly before 8.30pm on Friday, June 20th when a man called at a detached bungalow on Sutton Grove.

He rang the doorbell and when the victim, a 57 year old woman, answered the door he pushed his way in brandishing a knife and demanded money.

He then made off with £80 cash.

He is described as white, aged 20-25 years, 5ft10, medium build with short dark brown hair, a black lettered tattoo on left side of neck.

He wore a scruffy white t-shirt, blue jeans with two front pockets and a rear pocket. He also had scruffy dirty trainers with a velcro fastener. He had a black handled peeling knife and spoke with a Liverpool accent.

Det Con Liberty Wadsworth, of South CID, said: “The aggrieved has been left distraught by this incident and I would appeal to anyone who has witnessed anything suspicious or who has any information to contact us.”

Anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting log number 1477 of June 20th or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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