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CCTV released following attempted burglary in Slough

Alert message sent 04/06/2020 14:58:00

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Thames Valley Police is releasing CCTV images of four men officers would like to speak to following an attempted burglary in Slough.

 At around 11.20pm on Saturday (23/5), offenders attempted to force entry into a property on Essex Avenue. The owner of the property noticed this and challenged them at the front door. One of the offenders swiped the victim with a screwdriver, which caused a cut to the victim’s forearm. The offenders then left the property and took off in an Audi vehicle.
The victim did not require hospital treatment.

Detective Constable, Conor Campbell, based at Slough police station, said: “I am appealing to anyone who has information that could assist with this investigation to get in touch.
“I believe the men in this CCTV may have vital information that could help with this investigation.
“If you recognise these men or believe it could be you, please come forward.
“Furthermore, if you have dash-cam or CCTV footage from the area which could help with our enquiries, please get in touch.

 “Please contact us by using our online form quoting the reference 43200152873.
“Please only call 101 if you do not have access to our online systems.
“Alternatively, if you wish to remain 100% anonymous you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

To view the CCTV image, please visit the news section of the Thames Valley Police website or click the following link: 
https://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/news/thames-valley/news/2020/june/01-06-2020/cctv-released-following-attempted-burglary-in-slough/
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