Police hunt two men, 25 and 26, over armed robbery of Mark Cavendish and wife Peta Todd

Police are hunting two men in connection with an aggravated burglary at the home of Olympic cyclist Mark Cavendish.

Detectives want to speak to Jo Jobson, 25, of Plaistow, east London and George Goddard, 26, from Loughton, Essex.

Cavendish, 36, reported he and model wife Peta Todd, 35, were threatened and assaulted as their home in Ongar, Essex was raided in front of their young children.

Police were called at 2.35am on November 27 after two high value watches and a Louis Vuitton suitcase were stolen.

They have made three arrests and charged one person with two counts of robbery.

Detectives want to speak to Jo Jobson (right), 25, of Plaistow, east London and George Goddard (left), 26, from Loughton, Essex

Olympic cyclist Mark Cavendish was allegedly beaten up at his home as he recovered from a horror crash that left him in intensive care

Mark Cavendish and Peta Cavendish are pictured at The Millies, Guildhall, in London, in 2016

Detective Inspector Tony…

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