Burglary Victim Left Seriously Injured After Attack by Two Men in Seacombe Home

Seacombe, United Kingdom – A 68-year-old man was left seriously injured after a violent attack by two perpetrators who forced their way into his home on Stanley Close in Seacombe. The incident, which occurred on Monday, March 25, resulted in the man suffering a broken jaw, cheekbone, and eye socket. Despite the brutal assault, no items were reported stolen during the burglary.

Law enforcement officials are currently conducting investigations to identify the two individuals responsible for the attack. Descriptions provided by witnesses indicate that one suspect was wearing a dark zip-up jacket with a white L on the chest panel, black trousers, and grey trainers. The suspect appeared to be in the age range of 25-35 years and had a short beard and stubble. The other suspect was described as wearing a dark-colored panelled jacket with a hood up, black North Face gloves, black trousers, and dark-colored trainers. He was of average height and medium build.

Merseyside Police have announced the arrest of a 30-year-old man from Egremont on suspicion of assault in connection with the incident. The individual has been released on bail as the investigation continues. Detective Inspector Andrew Schofield condemned the violent attack, emphasizing that everyone has the right to feel safe in their own home. He reassured the community that efforts to identify and apprehend the perpetrators are ongoing.

Residents are urged to come forward with any information that may assist in the investigation. Detectives are particularly interested in any suspicious activities observed in the vicinity of Stanley Close on the day of the incident. Additionally, individuals with doorbell footage or other forms of surveillance are encouraged to contact the authorities. Information can be shared anonymously through Crimestoppers or by reaching out to the Merseyside Police Contact Centre using the provided reference number. The community is urged to remain vigilant and cooperate with law enforcement to ensure a swift resolution to this violent crime.