Pinchbeck home raided by kitchen knife-wielding burglars
A Pinchbeck home was broken into by kitchen knife-wielding burglars last month.
South Holland Police have now launched an appeal for information about the break-in.
Residents at the Bear Lane house were left shocked after four men climbed inside via a window between 8.30-8.50pm on September 25.
One of the men used kitchen knives to threaten the residents while two others went upstairs to carry out searches.
They left the house having stolen an amount of jewellery and cash.
Police are now asking anyone who was in the area at the time, and may have seen people or vehicles out of place or looking suspicious, to come forward.
Detective Constable Zoe Arnold, Spalding CID, Lincolnshire Police, said: "This is a very unusual break-in, the family were shocked and frightened and we will do everything we can to identify those responsible.
"I hope that someone has seen something that will assist. I ask that if anyone knows anything or was in the area at the time they get in touch, including any drivers or cyclists who may have dashcam/video footage. They may have seen or caught something on camera relevant to my investigation, without realising it."
To get in contact with any information you may have, you can email email@example.com and include reference to incident 488 of September 25 in the subject box.
You can also phone non-emergency number 101 or get in contact through independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at http://ow.ly/tSgN50Glr2b