Police appeal after three burglaries in Banbury

Thames Valley Police PNL-140521-104749001
Thames Valley Police PNL-140521-104749001

A range of personal belongings have been stolen from three properties in Banbury on Monday.

Offenders forced open the rear door to a house on Beechfield Crescent between 5.20pm and 7pm. They stole gold bangles, gold rings including a wedding band and an engagement ring, Gucci watches and a Samsung Galaxy S4 mobile phone.

Offenders then gained entry to a property on Sinclair Avenue between 2pm and 5.45pm. Entry was forced through the rear patio door and items of jewellery were stolen including a sapphire and diamond ring, gold sapphire and diamony eternity ring, opal ring, bracelets and necklaces.

The third property to be targeted was in Nursery Drive between 7.45am and 5.30pm. Offenders forced entry through the rear door and stole a men’s Ted Baker watch.

Anyone with information should call DC Rebecca McCamley of Banbury Police Station on 101. Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.