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Police are investigating the theft of a banner and two signs which occurred between Monday 24th April and Friday 28th April.

They had been put up to advertise the Artists and Makers Fair taking place this weekend (29/30 April) at Bradmoor Farm.

The banner and one of the signs were positioned at Haddenham Railway Station and the other sign was near the shops on Banks Parade.

If anyone has any information that will assist our enquiries, please contact PCSO C9830 Sue Jones either by phoning the 101 Police Non-Emergency Telephone Number or emailing:

haddenhamandlongcrendonnhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk.

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