Men broke into the home of an elderly couple in Ewell and stole their phones and jewellery on Tuesday night (November 3).

Surrey Police are now investigating the burglary and have issued a call for witnesses in the Nonsuch Park area who could have information about what happened.

The burglary took place at around 5pm when the three men entered the house on Albury Avenue and stole jewellery and two mobile phones from the elderly occupants.

Police managed to get descriptions of the men they believe to be behind the burglary:

"One suspect was not wearing a mask and has been described as a white male, around 6ft tall, of a large build with short blond hair and a local accent.

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"He was wearing a light coloured jumper with writing on it.

"The other two men were wearing masks and were also white and over 6ft tall. They were also of a large build and both were wearing dark jackets with an emblem on.

"The suspects got away in a white vehicle," a spokesperson for Surrey Police said.

Detective Constable Andy Robinson described the incident as "shocking" but reminded residents that such a case was also rare in the area:

"Incidents such as this are shocking because they are rare and we are doing all we can to catch the culprits but we need your help.

"If you were in the Nonsuch Park and Albury Avenue areas at this time and you witnessed anything suspicious, or have any dashcam footage, please get in touch."

Anyone who witnessed anything suspicious in the area around the time of the offence is asked to contact is on 101, quoting crime reference number PR/45200116871, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.