A 60-year-old lady was tied up in her own residence and left for two days after being tricked into doing deed for a robber.
The lady was in her backyard at round 6pm on Easter Sunday when a person appeared at her fence, claiming he had been biking and would love a drink.
When he was handed a bottle of water, he all of a sudden jumped over the fence and compelled the lady contained in the property in Frittenden, Kent.
He then assaulted the terrified lady earlier than stealing cash and valuables. The sufferer was then restrained earlier than the suspect left.
Concerned family members contacted the police two days in a while Tuesday after failing to contact her.
Officers freed the sufferer after discovering her inside, nonetheless restrained, and took her to hospital, the place she is recovering.
A hunt has been launched to search out the suspect who is described as white, slim, aged in his 20s to 30s, and round 5ft 10ins tall.
He had an area accent and was sporting black trainers, a black hooded prime, and black gloves with white markings on them.
Detective Chief Inspector Neil Kimber mentioned: ‘The sufferer has endured a harrowing and traumatic ordeal and we’re interesting to members of the general public to assist us discover the person accountable.
‘If you saw anyone acting suspiciously please don’t hesitate to contact us.
‘It is feasible this man might have handed by different properties within the space and due to this fact we’re additionally urging residents to verify any CCTV or doorbell cameras for something suspicious.
‘If you had been driving by way of this space you might also have necessary footage on dashcams.
‘Please do check if you have these devices in your vehicle, as they could contain evidence vital to the investigation.’
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