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Message from Thames Valley Police Neighbourhood Officers.

Overnight on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th November we have had several incidents of thefts from vehicles and from a garage reported to us.

These thefts have occurred in several locations around Haddenham.

Various stolen items have been recovered, along with several other items which do not belong to the victims. These items are now with the police.

If anyone has seen or heard anything suspicious, or has been a victim of theft, but not reported to police yet, please let us know by contacting the non-emergency number 101.

Sue Jones
PCSO C9830
Haddenham and Long Crendon Neighbourhood

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