Simon King, a presenter of the BBC's Springwatch, accidentally captured a late night snooper on a camera placed in his garden which was meant to film foxes.
Nothing was taken from Mr King's house in Herne Hill, South East London, but police released the image after the man pictured was suspected of being involved in a burglary nearby.
Mr King appealed to anyone who recognised the snooper to contact the police on 020 7232 6142 or email Marie.H.Hamilton@met.pnn.police.uk.
A Norwegian video featuring a Norwegian comedian mimicking the sounds of a fox has become a surprise internet hit
Ylvis‘ music video “The Fox” has had more than 15 million hits on You Tube in just one week.
The video is the brainchild of Baard and Vegard Ylvisaaker, known as the Ylvis brothers, who while trying to come up with ideas for a new TV show, pondered the question: "What does the fox say?"
The only reason a fox would attack is due to fear, the RSPCA said today after a fox attacked a one-month-old baby. A spokeswoman for the animal welfare organisation said:
The Metropolitan Police have been investigating a fox attack, which left a one-month-old baby boy with a serious hand injury. A police spokesman said:
Police are investigating a fox attack on a one-month-old baby boy which left his hand seriously injured.
The animal tore the infant's finger off after dragging him from his cot, after it entered his bedroom in Bromley in south east London, according to reports.
The child's mother was alerted by his screaming and rushed into his room to see his hand lodged "halfway down the animal's throat", the Mail on Sunday said.
Surgeons were able to reattach the baby's finger and he was said to be recovering well.