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Burglary Wigginton

Alert message sent 29/07/2019 08:19:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

A Burglarly has taken place in Wigginton, a property was broken into valuables stolen including cash, jewellery, bank cards and mobile phones. As well as the occupants vehicle. 
The incident took place between on 18th July to the 29th July. The offenders gained access to the property through a side window, once inside various valuables were stolen, no electrical items were stolen i.e tablets and consoles. The suspects exited via the rear door using the keys found in the property, and then stole the aggrieved's vehicle, which has since been found burnt out.
If you have any information about this incident please call 101, quoting reference: 43190231465
You can reduce the risk of becoming a victim of burglary by taking a few simple steps:
When going out, remember to light up your home using timer switches or a TV simulator.
Don’t leave valuables or cash on display and store your house and car keys away from your letterbox.
Move bins away from any side gates to prevent easy access into your property.
Lock any tools away to prevent them being used to break into your home.
Consider fitting a motion activated external light or installing a CCTV system.
Finally, mark your valuables using a UV pen and register them on the national property register at

For more burglary prevention advice please visit our website at
Message sent by
Jay Taylor-Abreu (Police, PCSO, Banbury)

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