Moment a hammer-wielding cyclist in high-vis jacket smashes windows of ‘elderly couple’s house’
- CCTV camera caught the man attacking the house in Enfield, north London
- The sound of smashing glass can be clearly heard as he swings the hammer
- The masked man then runs to his bicycle and pedals off into the darkness
This is the shocking moment a cyclist smashes the front windows of an ‘elderly couple’s’ home with a hammer in an early-morning attack.
CCTV footage shows the masked man, wearing a high-vis jacket, breaking the windows of the house in Enfield, north London, before making his getaway on a bicycle.
The CCTV shows the time of the attack as 5.30am on Sunday 8 November.
In the clip, a man can be seen dressed in a high vis jacket and a hoodie, standing in the front driveway of the home.
CCTV shows the man dressed in high-vis jacket smashing the windows of a home in London
The man smashed the windows in the attack at 5.30am on Sunday 8 November in Enfield
He walks across the front of the house, on The Fairway, and, using a hammer, repeatedly smashes in the windows.
The sound of breaking glass can be clearly heard and there are muffled voices in the background.
The man then runs to his bicycle leaning against a gatepost in the back of the shot.
He quickly cycles away, reportedly riding towards the A10.
According to the owner of the video footage, the homeowners are pensioners, and were left ‘shook up’ following the incident.
MailOnline has contacted the Metropolitan Police for comment.