Terrified burglary victims were threatened in their bedrooms by raiders on Sunday.

It happened at about 1am, when four men forced their way into a house in Torridge Road, Langley.

They ran upstairs and went from bedroom to bedroom threatening the victims with weapons, demanding they hand over money and jewellery.

There were six adults and also children in the house.

No items were stolen and no-one was injured during the incident.

The offenders were driving a black Audi.

The first offender is around 5ft 5ins to 5ft 6ins tall, of medium build. He was wearing a black balaclava covering his face with a black suit jacket, dark trousers and formal shoes.

The second offender is around 5ft 5ins to 5ft 6ins tall, of medium build. He was wearing a black balaclava, a dark tanned suit jacket over a white top and dark trousers.

The third offender is 6ft tall, of large build. He was wearing a dark charcoal blazer, black trousers and shiny shoes.

The forth offender is in his late thirties to mid-forties, around 5ft 4ins tall, of small build. He has short dark hair around the sides, longer on top with a sweeping fringe and had brown eyes. He was wearing a long sleeve shirt and dark trousers.

Investigating officer, Detective Constable Zoe Batten from Slough Force CID, said: “This was a very traumatic ordeal for the victims involved in this case.

“We would like anyone who may have seen or heard something in the area at this time to come forward.

“If you recognise the description of the offenders, or the clothing they were wearing, please get in touch with the police."

The incident happened only 10 days after three raiders held a terrified family including three children hostage in their home at Iona Crescent, Burnham - stealing cash and jewellery. That happened on Wednesday, August 1 at 11.20pm.

Police are keeping an open mind about whether there is any connection.

If you can help the police with any information about the most recent incident, call the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101 quoting reference ‘43180246712’.”

To help with information about the earlier attack in Burnham call 101 quoting 43180235811.

If you wish to remain anonymous, please call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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