Occupant assaulted at Enfield house, South Australia

Police are investigating a break-in and assault overnight at Enfield.

Just after 6am, Saturday 27 November, patrols were called to a house on Morley Street, after a man and three women forced their way into the premises and threatened the occupants with a knife. A 55-year-old woman from Enfield was punched before the suspects stole a laptop, wallet and mobile phone.

The suspects are all described as being Aboriginal with the man being about 175cm tall and wearing a fluoro/high-vis shirt, a woman about 165cm tall with blonde hair and wearing a brown jacket and another woman about 183cm tall and wearing a dark tracksuit. There is no description of the third woman. The group were last seen heading off in a small dark coloured sedan.

A man and woman also present at the time were not physically injured.

Police do not believe the incident was a random attack and investigations are continuing. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au

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