Pensioner attacked in his kitchen
A PENSIONER was pushed to the ground by a man after he discovered two men in his kitchen.The incident happened in Laurel Avenue, Kesgrave, just after 6pm on Thursday.
A KESGRAVE pensioner is recovering today after being pushed to the ground by two balaclava clad men he discovered in his kitchen.
The terrifying ordeal happened in Laurel Avenue, Kesgrave, between 6pm and 6.25pm yesterday after the man heard noises in his kitchen.
He went to investigate and saw two men, one of which pushed him knocking him to the floor.
The pensioner suffered bruising as a result of the fall and police are now appealing for anyone who may have been in the area at the time.
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The offenders are described as in their teens or early 20s, white, of slim build and were around 5ft 6in.
Both were wearing dark clothing and balaclavas.
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A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said: “This was obviously a very nasty incident. The gentleman involved remained very brave throughout his ordeal but it is very important that we trace the two men involved.
“We believe that area would have been busy at the time the incident happened and that somebody may have seen the two figures around the nearby streets.
“We would like to hear from anyone who thinks they have any significant information.”
Anyone who was in the area or who may have information are asked to contact Woodbridge CID on 01473 613500.