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Three Burglaries in business premises on London Road Oxford

Alert message sent 09/03/2018 10:23:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Three Burglaries in business premises on London Road, Headington, Oxford.

The first burglary occurred at Holland & Barrett between Tuesday (6/3) 6pm and Wednesday (7/3) 8am. The offender/s used an implement to force the rear door open gaining entry to the back office. A search of the office has taken place, entry to the shop was not gained. Nothing appears have stolen.


The second burglary occurred at The Card Factory between Tuesday (6/3) 6pm and Wednesday (7/3) 8am. The offender/s again used an implement to force the rear door open gaining entry to the back office. A search of the office has taken place, entry to the shop was not gained. Nothing appears have stolen.


The third burglary occurred at Subway between Tuesday (6/3) 6pm and Wednesday (7/3) 8am. The offender/s used an implement to force the rear door open gaining entry to the back office. Two safe’s containing cash were stolen.


An attempt burglary occurred at The Carphone Warehouse Monday (5/3) between midnight and 7am. Offender/s attempted to force the rear door open to gain entry to the premises but were unsuccessful. No entry was gained.


If anyone has information about this incident please contact the 24-hour Police Enquiry Centre on 101
In an Emergency please call the police on 999.


For Crime prevention advice and a Commercial Security Risk assessment please follow the link – https://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/advice/

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David Hession (Police, PCSO, Oxford LPA)

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