Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following four burglaries in the Chinnor/Thame area. We believe that these burglaries could be linked and all occurred on Thursday 12th September.
Occurrence number 43190282277. Between midnight and 1.53pm a property on Beech Road, Thame was broken into. The offenders took two spades from the garage and used them to break into a front window. Jewellery was stolen. A witness saw two males were seen running away from the property towards Cuttlebrook.
Occurrence number 43190282342. Between 8am and 2.32pm a property on Lower Icknield Way, Chinnor was broken into. Unknown offenders forced the back kitchen window open probably with a crowbar, and jewellery was stolen.
Occurrence number 43190282205. Between 8.45am and 1pm a property on Church Road, Chinnor was broken into. Entry was gained by smashing a large window that leads to the lounge. The front door has substantial marks on it and it is believed they tried to gain entry via this first. Jewellery and a laptop were stolen.
Occurrence number 43190282166. Between 12.30pm and 12.44pm unknown offender tried to gain access to a property on Crowell Hill, Chinnor. The offenders smashed a rear window. An alarm went off and nothing was taken.
The offenders have been described as two white men in their twenties, between 5ft 6ins and 5ft 8ins tall and both of stocky build. They were both wearing dark coloured tops and bottoms and baseball caps
If you live close to any of the roads mentioned above please could you review your CCTV. Please remain vigilant and report all suspicious people and vehicles.
If you have any information about this incident please report it on the Thames Valley Police website, or call 101, quoting reference number quoted above.
Please review your security. Install CCTV and burglar alarms. Make sure all windows and doors are in good condition and locked. Keep tools and ladders secure as these can be used to break into your home.
Find out how you can reduce the risk of becoming a victim of burglary by downloading your FREE Home Security Guide from the Thames Valley Police website here