04:58PM, Thursday 16 June 2016
Police are eager to speak to a man who may have vital information about a burglary in Langley Road, Slough.
A large quantity of Asian gold, a number of designer watches and a sum of cash were stolen from an unoccupied house on Wednesday, June 1.
The incident was reported to police at about 10.30pm by a neighbour.
The offenders were seen leaving the scene in a blue Renault Clio which was subsequently stopped by police in Baylis Road on June 9.
Three people were arrested in connection with the burglary – two men and woman, all aged between 20 and 30. They have been released on bail until July 13.
At the time of the burglary, a man walking with a girl, who police believe may have been his daughter, stopped and spoke to an officer in nearby Talbort Avenue but left the scene without leaving his personal details.
Detectives are keen to trace him as he may be crucial to identifying the culprits.
The man is described as being in his 40s, with longish black and greying hair and olive coloured skin.
He was wearing square shaped glasses and the girl he was with is thought to have been between five and seven-years-old.
DC Sharon Lenihan said: “It is really important that we speak to this man again as he is a key witness.
“It may be that this man lives locally or he could have been visiting family or friends at the time."
If you are the man who stopped to speak to police or believe you know who he is, contact police on 101.
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