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A pair of "brazen" burglars broke into two flats in Chelsea in the middle of the day, stealing more than £20,000 worth of property - including Christmas presents - from one, leaving the victims "traumatised".
While thieves broke into one of the flats in Stadium Street and took nothing, they stole £20,000 worth of jewellery, cash, cards and Christmas presents from another.
The burglaries - which took place between 1pm and 5.45pm on December 4 - saw both properties have their doors kicked.
One man is described as black, over 6ft 6inches tall, of a slim build and at the time of the burglary was wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, black gloves and grey trainers with white soles.
The second man is described as black, approximately 5ft 7inches tall with short afro hair, and was wearing a black jacket with a grey hoodie underneath, black jeans and white trainers.
The two suspects left the scene in a light brown vehicle.
Police described the burglars as "brazen" and said the burglary had left the victims "traumatised and upset".
Anyone with information should contact Kensington and Chelsea Police on 020 8246 9227 or 101.
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