Police officers want information on three burglaries

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Thames Valley Police is looking for people to come forward with information regarding three different burglaries in and around Banbury.

The first incident took place at a property in High Furlong, Banbury, between 3.10pm and 3.55pm on February 27.

Offenders gained entry by the rear kitchen window and once inside they stole various items of jewellery including two Asian gold rings, costume jewellery and a quantity of cash. Officers have released an image of an earring that was stolen during the burglary (see http://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/newsevents).

Those with any information should contact PC Bryn Smith from Banbury police station, via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

Some time during the night between Tuesday, March 18 and Wednesday, March 19, offenders entered a property in Main Road, Broughton, via an unlocked porch and took footwear. They also entered an insecure garage where tools were stolen.

Banbury police is urging people to remain extra vigilant to to contact Banbury Rural Police Team on 101 with information.

In a different incident, offenders forced entry to a garage in Waller Drive, Banbury, between March 20-23 and stole property. People are urged to remain extra vigilant and to call Banbury police on 101 with information.

Those who do not want to speak directly to the police can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111,