April 20, 2020 10.29 am This story is over 43 months old

Child holding baby ‘pushed over’ in Lincolnshire village burglary

A woman was allegedly grabbed around the throat

A child holding a baby was allegedly pushed over, and a woman grabbed by the throat during a burglary in a Lincolnshire village.

Two men entered a property on Moortown Road in Nettleton near Market Rasen at around 11.30pm on Friday, April 10.

Police said a woman at the property was grabbed around the throat during the incident, and a parked car was also damaged.

The force published an image on April 18 of two men they would like to speak to, who may have information about the burglary.

One of the men is described as around 5’2″ to 5’3″ and of stocky build with ginger hair.

The second man is believed to be over six foot tall with a shaved haircut, and was wearing shorts and a t-shirt.

Police said: “We appreciate that the image is not of high quality for this appeal, but we are issuing it in the hope that someone may have seen these men at the time of the burglary and has information which may help our investigation.”

Anyone with information should contact Lincolnshire Police on 101.