On Saturday, we reported an incident involving vehicle break-ins last week at Wade Gymnastics Club in Warkworth. (Click here for story.) Today, Thames Valley Police reported yet more vehicle-related crimes over the past few days (primarily thefts of catalytic converters) in areas close to King’s Sutton:
Hempton Road, Deddington – Catalytic converter stolen overnight between 21:00 on Friday January 25 and 10:55 the following morning.
Deene Close, Twyford, Adderbury – Number plates stolen between 19:30 and 22:30 on Friday January 25.
Ells Lane, Broughton – Number plates stolen overnight between 23:30 on Saturday January 26 and 10:00 the following morning.
West Farm, Hanwell – Catalytic converter stolen overnight between 19:00 on Saturday January 26 and 09:00 the following morning.
Milton Road, Bloxham – Catalytic converter stolen between Friday January 25 and Sunday January 27.
Valley View, Great Bourton – Catalytic converter stolen at 23:15, Saturday January 26. A male seen at the incident is described as White, average build, wearing camouflage trousers and a dark jacket.
Wykham Lane, Broughton – Theft of two catalytic convertors between 18:30 on Thursday January 24 and 07:30 the following morning.
Main Road, Swalcliffe – Number plates stolen between 19:00 on Thursday January 24 and 07:30 the following morning.
East End, Hook Norton – Catalytic converter stolen between 19:00 on Thursday January 24 and 07:00 the following morning.
Please alert neighbours and remain extra vigilant. Click on the links below for crime prevention information on securing and marking your vehicles:
If you see anything suspicious or have any information, please call 101. Use 999 only for emergencies.