A 21-year-old woman was threatened with violence and robbed after two men broke into her Nedlands home and confronted her in her bedroom earlier this week.
Police are calling for public assistance with their investigation into the aggravated burglary, which happened about 11.50pm on Monday night at a property on Kanimbla Road.
The woman was home alone when the pair forced their way into the house through a rear kitchen window and entered a bedroom, where they confronted the victim.
The men threatened the victim and demanded money before stealing cash from her handbag.
They also stole a laptop and mobile phones from the victim's room before searching another bedroom and leaving the house.
The first man is 35 to 42 years old and about 175cm tall with dark skin, dark eyes, a medium build, short black hair, stubble on his face and light freckles on his cheeks.
He was wearing a black jacket and dark jeans.The second man is described only as dark skinned. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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