Police investigating a burglary of a village home have issued CCTV images of two burglary suspects and one of a potentially crucial witness. Intruders escaped with a haul which included cash, computers and jewellery from the house in Desford. A CCTV camera filmed two men outside the Manor Road house, as well as a potential witness walking past at the time of the break-in, which happened between 1.30pm and 1.50pm on Wednesday, February 27. Police today released CCTV images of the two suspects and the potential witness. At 1.30pm, CCTV cameras at the house filmed a man approach and go down the side of the property. Approximately 10 minutes later, a second man, who was carrying a green carrier bag, was also filmed heading in the same direction. A short time later he was filmed pulling a dark wheeled suitcase across the driveway and turning left towards Desford village centre. At this time the woman, who was pushing a pushchair and walking a dog, passed by. Detective Constable Pip Lynch said: "We are particularly keen to speak to the woman in the image who walked by as she could have witnessed something related to this burglary. "We are also interested in identifying the two men in the other images who were seen at the house and we would ask anyone who knows of their identity to please get in touch." The first suspect was wearing a dark cap, jacket and body warmer. The second man was wearing a grey and black hooded top, dark trousers or jeans, dark gloves and dark training shoes. If you are the witness, or you know the suspects, contact Det Con Lynch on 101 or Crimestoppers, which is anonymous, on 0800 555 111.