Police have released images of two men they would like to speak to after a pensioner was burgled in Farningham.

A jewellery box containing valuables is believed to have been taken after a woman knocked on the door of the home of a man in his 70s in the High Street on November 27 last year.

She claimed to have been assaulted and was seeking refuge until a relative arrived.

She was invited in and police said began crying and asked for a glass of water.

Police said it is reported a white Ford Transit van later pulled up outside and sounded its horn, at which point the woman left the house and hopped into the van, which drove off.

After the woman had left, the victim discovered the catch of his front door was up and the door was insecure.

Kent Police believed the van which picked the woman up was also stolen.

A delivery driver working in Swanley reported the theft of his van a day earlier - claiming someone got in and drove off as he handed a parcel to a customer in Heath Close.

Police said enquiries are ongoing into both the theft and the burglary and officers want to speak to Billy Jeeves and Henry Vincent, who they think may have important information.

Call Kent Police on 01622 604100, quoting reference YY/007365/17/CA. Alternatively contact Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.