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By Haddenham Webteam - 21st June 2018 4:30pm
According to local police, there have been a few thefts from motor vehicles in Haddenham and surrounding areas over the last week or two.
No specific modus operandi has been adopted — entry has been forced on some vehicles but also insecure vehicles have been targeted.
Residents are asked to report anything suspicious in the village. Tel: 101 Mob: 07973 210068
Also, to ensure that no valuables are left in vehicles overnight and that vehicles are securely locked.
Vehicle keys should not be left within 'fishing reach' of the letterbox.
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