Monday, 7 April 2014

DAY 98: Rural crime round up

Among the latest crimes to affect rural areas of the Thames Valley was a theft from stables in West Ilsley, Newbury on Sunday (6/4), when at 10pm, offenders broke into storage rooms and stole items.

On 4 April in Little London, Whitchurch, near Aylesbury, offenders flattened a wire fence to access an oil tank in garden at the rear of the garage. Oil has then been stolen, and the hose that was used has been left behind by the offenders.

Overnight at Clapper Farm, Cross Lane near Reading on 4 April, a caravan was stolen from a secure hard standing area. Offenders have bypassed all security by breaking through several fences and driving through fields to get to the main road. The caravan is a white Bailey Pageant Burgundy 7.

At Berry Leys Farm, East Claydon Road in Winslow, on 5 April, offenders gained access to the two diesel tanks in farm yard and emptied them of 200 litres of diesel.

If you have any information about these crimes, please call police on 101.

For further information on rural crime prevention / security advice and TVP Countrywatch please see the website -  TVP Country Watchrural crime prevention 

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