Remain vigilant after spate of crimes in Banbury

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Police are advising residents in Banbury to be extra vigilant following a spate of crimes this week.

Tyres were stolen from a garage on Penrose Drive between October 17 and 18 after offenders gained entry into the building.

Between October 19 and 20 a blue Fiat Doblo was broken into whilst parked on Whimbrel Way. The vehicle was searched but nothing taken.

At about 1.40pm on the October 21 a male entered a property on Ruscote Avenue via an unlocked door and stole a handbag

A number of catalytic convertors were taken from a business located on Thorpe Way between 5.30pm on October 20 and 8am on October 21.

And a rucksack was stolen from the boot of a black BMW that was parked on High Acres. This occurred sometime between 5pm on October 19 and 3.45pm on October 21.

Anyone who sees anything suspicious should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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