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Haddenham is a very law abiding community, and thankfully reported crime rates are extremely low. Sadly, we have a recent theft to report.

PCSO Sue Jones would like to draw the attention of Haddenham residents to the bicycle illustrated in the photo, which was stolen from the Green Dragon Car Park on the morning of Monday 8th June 2015.

If anyone has any relevant information, please would they get in touch with Sue via the Police Non-emergency number 101

Or via email haddenhamandlongcrendonnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

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