Police released footage of three masked men men after a house was burgled in Hersham recently.

The short video clip, released by Surrey Police last week, appeared to show the suspects moments before the forced entry and burglary of a home in Hersham.

It happened on Onslow Road on Friday, December 20, at around 7pm.

The footage showed the three suspects clad head to toe in winter clothing approaching the house while brandishing what police described as 'tools'.

A police spokesperson said they then "entered the property by smashing the door".

PC Rachael Jordan, of the Elmbridge Neighbourhood Policing Team offered further details:

"If you think you have any information about who the three suspects could be, please contact us.

"They arrived in a BMW, which we have now recovered, but we are keen to identify who the men are, two of which appear to be white, with dark hair.

“The property owners had really good CCTV installed, which will hopefully help us identify who entered their home," PC Jordan said.

“I would encourage the public to follow our safety advice on how you can keep your home safe and help prevent burglars entering your home and taking your belongings.

"For more advice, please visit our website https://www.surrey.police.uk/burglary," she added.

Police are still investigating the robbery.

If you recognise either of the men in the footage, or you have any other information which could assist with the investigation, contact Surrey Police on 101, quoting crime reference number PR/45190136639.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.