A theft suspect was disturbed by a resident returning home and after walking through a village in cam County, police launched a search.
Police have received reports that at about 4 years old, there was a burglary in grand wilbram bend. Yesterday afternoon 30October 26).
A resident returning home found the so-called thief-and then the man ran to fuboen on foot.
The incident triggered a police hunt.
Police dogs involved-
Through the fields leading to fuboen
Following the alleged burglary, the police are now appealing for witnesses and have published the description of the suspect.
A spokesman for Cam County police said: "At about 4, we received a call.
At 30 p. m. on October 26, after reports of burglary in grand wilbrambenstede End.
"One of the passengers returned home and disturbed a man who was walking to fuboen.
If so, it doesn't know what was stolen.
"The man is described as white, about 6ft 4, with short brown hair.
He is wearing a gray hoodie, a gray sportswear base and an orange T-shirt. shirt.
A resident who did not want to be named said that she was walking her dog in the village yesterday and that at about five o'clock P. M. she began on her way home.
She said, "I saw a police car parked.
There's a police dog cage behind-
Near the garage at the end of the village as you head to fuboen.
"There are no police or police dogs in the car, but it naturally makes me wonder what's going on-because you rarely see such a thing in grand wilblam.
"Then I went on and saw another police car with the lights on heading out of the village in the same direction.
"A lot of residents are looking outside their house to see what's going on.
"I would encourage people who saw anything unusual in the village during that time to get in touch with the police.
"Anything related is to call the police 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymous, 0800 cm 555 CM 111 cm.