Keys and cars stolen in Bicester burglaries

CCTV cameras may be switched back on after town centre trouble.
CCTV cameras may be switched back on after town centre trouble.

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after three vamoose burglaries at properties in Bicester.

Between around 7.30pm on Saturday, October 25 and 7am on Sunday October 26, burglars entered a home in Banbury Road. Keys for a red VW Golf GTD were stolen and the vehicle was taken but later recovered in Northants.

Between around 1am and 7.30am on Sunday burglars entered a property on Larkspur Square.

A wallet, HP laptop, jewellery, ID cards, a holdall and keys to a blue Mercedes Benz A Class were stolen.

The car was then stolen but later recovered in Northants.

And between around 6pm and 8pm on Sunday, a wallet and keys to a white VW Golf were stolen from a home in The Village Close, Upper Arncott.

The car was then stolen from the property, but has not yet been recovered.

Investigating officer, Det Con Ian Bailey from Local CID at Banbury police station said: “We are appealing to anyone who may have heard or seen suspicious behaviour in the areas at these times to get in contact via the Thames Valley Police 24-hour enquiry line 101.

“It is also a reminder to people to make sure keys and valuables are kept safe in the property and to remember to lock doors and windows.”

You can also contact Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.