A grandmother who was tied up and robbed in her own home says she is determined to catch the man responsible to ensure he cannot do it to anyone else.
Debbie Sanderson answered the door of her home in Nottingham to a man who said he had an envelope for her husband, before barging his way into the house.
He then dragged her into the living room, tied her wrists together and told her he had a knife.
The man took the 59-year-old through her home, asking her to open drawers and cupboards.
When his back was turned, Ms Sanderson managed to untie herself and run to her neighbours, who called the police.
Ms Sanderson was left shaken but was unhurt in the robbery.
She says she wants to ensure the offender doesn't get an opportunity to do it again.
- CCTV shows grandmother fleeing home after being robbed
A man was seen approaching the house - and later leaving, holding one of Ms Sanderson's dogs - on CCTV.
The culprit stole several items of jewellery, which Ms Sanderson values at £3,000, as well as £50 in cash.
Police want to hear from anyone who recognises him or knows anything about the incident on Tuesday 23 October that could help them.