Two 19-year-old men have been arrested in connection with a burglary in South Gloucestershire.
Police say it comes after a tip off following the release of CCTV footage. It showed two men burgling a house in Emersons Green as the residents were asleep upstairs. A third man was also involved.
The men, of the Brislington and Easton areas of Bristol, were arrested on Friday morning on suspicion of burglary and are currently in police custody.
Footage showing three hooded burglars creeping around a house as the unsuspecting occupants slept upstairs, has been released.
The CCTV pictures show two men searching the living room of a home in Bristol, while the third keeps watch at the front door.
A second security camera then shows the pair pacing the living room as they trawl for items to steal at 3am.
After a good look around the burglars tread carefully back to the hallway with their arms laden with stolen items and hand their haul to the third man.
The crime was only uncovered after the owner was woken by a noise and found his front door open and the light downstairs turned on.
The robbers made off with a number of items, including three laptops, a handbag, wallets and a set of car keys.
Police have now released footage of the March 25 break-in in Emersons Green, which shows two of the men's faces.
All three suspects wore dark clothing. The two who searched the house were dressed in hoodies underneath coats, grey trousers and black gloves. One wore Nike trainers.
Anyone with information should contact police.
It's not often young artists get the chance to have their work seen by millions of people, let alone get Royal approval from The Queen AND win £1,000.
But that's what two school children from our region will receive if they win the competition to design this year's Christmas stamps.
Emersons Green Primary School in South Gloucestershire has won the regional award for the most Outstanding School Team of the Year.
The judges chose the school because of its caring ethos and inclusive attitude. They said pupils have a "a life-changing and life-long sense of respect".
The school will now be put forward for the national final in London on 20 October.