Three men were driving a baseball bat and a knife during a horrific robbery.
The team raided a property in Bevindian Crestent, Brighton on Tuesday (April 27) at 9:20 p.m.
Invaders broke into homes, stole electrical appliances, including phones and laptops, and looted expensive clothing.
The suspects were men of black or mixed race, wearing surgical gloves and masks.
He is wearing two high-visibility jackets.
The police knocked on the door three times, and then forced the door open.
No one was injured, although he was threatened with a baseball bat and knife.
Sussex police have requested that any witnesses in the area be called.
Hailu said: “We are investigating a report of a major robbery at Brighton Bearings Moon, Brighton, on April 27 at 9:20 p.m.
During the event, three people knocked on the door and then stormed the property, threatening residents with a baseball bat and a knife.
The hackers searched for the address before taking a large number of electrical appliances, including cell phones, laptops, and expensive clothing.
“The suspects then left the property and fled north. Fortunately, no one was hurt at the time.
“The three men, all black or mixed, are said to have had surgical gloves and a face mask. Two of them are wearing orange high visibility jackets. ”
Anyone who has information or is on the scene at the time and is suspicious of us may contact Sussex Police online or call 101 on 27/014 1405.