Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
By Haddenham Webteam - 17th September 2012 1:01am
Thames Valley Police have issued a Neighbourhood Alert, following attempted burglaries in Cuddington and Dinton in the last few days.
One involved a domestic garage between Thursday 13th and Friday 14th September. Offenders forced open the padlock to the garage in Cuddington and conducted a search of the premise. At this time it appears that nothing was stolen.
A burglary to a workshop in Dinton was also reported during the same time period.
Residents are reminded to keep garages and outhouses properly secured, and to fit outside lights and/or PIR (presence sensing) lights to help deter potential intruders.
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