St Mary's Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 17th January 2018 5:15pm
Police are appealing for any witnesses or information in relation to an assault that took place on Sunday 14th January 2018 on SHEERSTOCK, at approximately 17:30hrs.
At that approximate time a resident of Sheerstock left his address and was confronted by 3 persons who had their faces covered. The victim was assaulted by them, leaving him with minor injuries that needed hospital treatment.
It is believed the suspects made off in a silver car which had a loud exhaust.
If anyone has any information about the incident, please could they call 101 quoting URN 995 14/01/18.
Local police have received a report of a theft of a door bell from a property in Haddenham.
They have been advised that there may have been several more incidents of which the police are unaware at this time.
If anyone has any information or has had a similar theft, please let local police know either by emailing the local Neighbourhood Team on email@example.com
or contact PCSO C9830 Sue Jones from Waddesdon Police Station.
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