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Burglaries West Oxfordshire

Alert message sent 20/01/2019 11:47:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following two burglaries in Witney yesterday 19/01/19
The first burglary occurred between 19.30 – 21- 21.45 on Mill Street Witney. Offenders gained access to the property by smashing a back door and taking items from the house including the occupant’s vehicle an Audi S5 in blue.
The second burglary occurred in Chestnut Close Witney between, 11.30 – 22.30. Offenders have once again gain access to the house by smashing a rear kitchen window. Offenders have taken cash and jewellery.
A further 3 burglaries have occurred yesterday in Charlbury, Enstone and Chipping Norton.
It is unclear at this time if these burglaries are linked but we would ask residents to report any suspicious activity or vehicles in the area.
“If anyone believes they saw anything suspicious, we would encourage them to report it.
“Please call 101, quoting
43190019903 for Mill Street
43190019927 for Chestnut Close or make a report online.”
Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
For burglary prevention advice, please visit the Thames Valley Police
Message sent by
Helen Keen (Police, PCSO, West Oxfordshire LPA)

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