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By Haddenham Webteam - 29th November 2020 8:30pm
A tradesperson's van was broken into in Townside and tools stolen in the early hours of Sunday morning, 29th November.
PCSO Danny Fahy would like to remind all Haddenham residents not to leave valuables of any kind visible in their vehicles and to ensure that cars and vans are always locked up when not in use.
(Picture for illustration only — but this is a common break-in method in which the van door is peeled down from the top)
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