On the Beat… Henley Police Update

TVPlogoAttempted Burglaries

Unknown suspects attempted to break into York Road property between the 14-19 November. Unknown suspects entered property by forcing through small kitchen window, which resulted in window handle breaking. Suspects were prevented from progressing further through the building by locked door and unsuccessfully tried to prize wooden door panel out by using kitchen implements. Suspects then resorted to using garden tools in order to try to enter living room through window, causing significant damage to the window frame but failing to enter property.

On the 20 November resident of Hop Gardens awoke in the night to sound of unknown offender or offenders opening doors inside of property. When residents own bedroom door was open, he sat up in bed and unknown offender fled from the property, at first trying to exit through locked front door before escaping through point of entry. No belongings have been reported missing.

Between 10.30 am on Saturday 23 and 10.30am on Sunday 24 November a property in Gravett Close, Henley was broken into. Offender(s) have gained entry through a ground floor window, nothing appears stolen.

Between 7pm on Friday 22 and 7.30am on Saturday 23 November a property in Vicarage Road, Henley was broken into.  Offender(s) forced the front door, nothing stolen.

Overnight on the 15 November unknown offenders shattered glass of Boots Opticians shop front in Duke Street and also damaged door frame.

Bronze Statue Stolen from Gallery in Henley

On Monday 11 November between 15:15 – 15:30 a bronze statue was taken from Whittington Fine Arts shop on Hart stolen-statueStreet. Possible suspect(s) left in a black or dark coloured VW Golf towards Maidenhead over the bridge. Index LM52 or LM53

Car Broken Into

On the 8 November between 15.00 and 16.30 pm unknown offender broke into a Green Toyota Avensis parked at Damer Gardens and stole items from within.

Mobile Phone Stolen at Gillotts School

A Gillotts School pupil had his mobile phone stolen from his bag on the 21 November between 12.30 and 13.00 pm. The student noticed a huddle of pupils around his unattended bag in the playground, who appeared to be going through its contents. Upon discovering his phone missing, the student confronted the other pupils but they denied stealing the phone.

 

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