A family has been left devastated after thieves targeted their late father's home in Bath.
Police have issued CCTV of two people they'd like to speak to in connection with the break-in in Larkhall.
It's thought to have happened around 5.30pm on Monday 10 October but was discovered on Wednesday when the family visited the home.
My father died in 2015 but I hadn’t had the heart to clear it out, take the pictures down and close it up.
It was our family home. We are devastated by this – although we don’t think anything of great value has been stolen, these are items of huge sentimental importance.
The heartlessness of it, leaving things in our family home broken, is so upsetting. We will of course now be clearing the house.
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