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Australia Robbers armed with axe break into Perth home while child slept

22:36  14 february  2018
22:36  14 february  2018 Source:   9news.com.au

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Three offenders armed with an axe have broken into a Perth home where two victims were asleep at home with a child early in the morning. They entered the home on Priestly Street, Embleton at about 4am on Saturday, 10 February.

When two alleged thieves smashed the glass of a homeowner's back door, they had no idea it triggered a surveillance system that recorded their every move.

Three offenders armed with an axe have broken into a Perth home where two victims were asleep at home with a child early in the morning.

They entered the home on Priestly Street, Embleton at about 4am on Saturday, 10 February.

The offenders demanded the victim’s car keys and fled the scene with the stolen vehicle, which was a grey Mitsubishi Outlander registration 1DLW625.

The first male offender is described as in his 20’s, approximately 175cm tall, dark skinned and of heavy build. He was wearing a light grey hooded top with dark pants and wore a black “bum bag” over his shoulder.

The second male offender is described as dark skinned, no further details have been provided.

The female offender is described as 20 to 30-years-old and approximately 165cm tall, wearing a light grey hooded top.

Detectives have released a composite image of a male that may be able to assist with their enquiries.

Anyone that recognises this man or has any information regarding this incident, is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report the information online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au

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