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Thames Valley Police report that a burglary to a garden shed took place in Willis Road between midnight and 7am today (Monday 29th October). Offenders forced the lock on the shed and stole tools and a generator from inside.

Officers dealing with this crime would like to hear from anyone who might have witnessed any suspicious activity in the area between the times given. If you have any information please call the 24 hour Police Enquiry Centre on 101.

Further information and advice on protecting sheds and outbuildings can be found on The Thames Valley Police website or by calling on 101.

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