By Haddenham Webteam - 19th September 2013 1:31pm
Yet again, Thames Valley Police are warning local residents to ensure that their outbuildings are properly secured, prompted by a recent burglary in Long Crendon.
They are also appealing for witnesses following the burglary.
Between 12:30pm on Tuesday 17th and 10:50am on Wednesday 18th September offenders entered an insecure garage at a farming location on Westfield Road, Long Crendon. Property stolen included fencing, a generator, a strimmer, an angle grinder and various hand tools.
Please be vigilant with your own security and make sure that sheds, outbuildings and garages are locked and secure when unattended. Report any suspicious activity (at the time it is happening) to the Police, with a description of them and details of any vehicle they may be using, especially the registration number.
Crime prevention information can be found on the Thames Valley Police website.
PC Tom Chalk from Aylesbury would like to hear from anyone that might have seen or heard anything in relation to this crime. If you have any information please call PC Chalk via the 24 hour Police Enquiry Centre number 101.
If you don't want to speak to the Police or give your details you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or online via the Crimestoppers website.
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