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The police are entitled to make enquiries, so this will not be seen as harassment. If you wish to know why they were looking for you, simply call the local police station and ask.
If this happens again in the future, either you or your wife shiuld ask for their police numbers so that you can immediately check with the local police station to see if they are in fact police officers. Real police officers will have absolutely no issue with providing you with this information and will wait whilst you call the police station.
Whilst I appreciate you and your wife were a bit disturbed/upset by this, it really isn't harassment and therefore there is nothing to sue them for.
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These are questions you will need to ask of the police sergeant at your local station. I don't know why they came to your door and I cannot guess. They must have felt they had valid reasons, they knocked, your wife answered and answered their questions so they didn't do anything wrong.
As I said, ask the local police station what they came to your house for.
You're very welcome.
Make sure you speak to a sergeant at the station.