Burglaries and attempted burglaries are continuing in Henley. Here are details of those just over the last week. Police are asking everyone to be particularly vigilant.
On 27 November between 9.05am and 5.40pm, offender(s) forced a kitchen window to gain entry to a property in York Road. A laptop computer and a bottle of champagne were stolen.
At approximately 6.50pmon 27 November , offender(s) forced a rear window to gain entry to a property in Periam Close. A neighbour saw suspects who made off, nothing was stolen.
On 29 November between 10.15am and 7.15pm a property in Newtown Gardens, Henley was broken into. Offender(s) have forced entry to a rear window and stole items including a laptop, dvds, Playstation 3 and games.
Unknown offenders have gained entry in to a property in Shiplake via rear ground floor window on 30 November. Carrying out a tidy search of a first floor bedroom where a quantity of jewellery has been taken from the dressing table drawer. They have left the property via a first floor window using a ladder which they brought to the property themselves.
Between 10pm on Tuesday 3 December and 8am on Wednesday 4 December a shed in Gainsborough Road, Henley was broken into. Offenders forced entry, breaking the padlock and stole items including power tools and garden equipment.
Between 7.30am and 11.55pm on Wednesday 4 December a property in Greys Road, Henley was broken into. Offender(s) have gained entry via a ground floor window and stolen a TV, laptop and car keys before stealing a black BMW 325 partial registration CV06 ***
At approx 5.30pm on Wednesday 4 December an attempt burglary occurred in Hop Gardens, Henley. Offender(s) have been heard trying the door handle to a property but were disturbed and left without gaining entry.
A property was broken into in York Road, Henley and reported to Police (4 December), items stolen include a laptop – unfortunately no further details at this time.
High visible police patrols and additional resources have been put in place to investigate these offences and offer re-assurance to the local community.
Residents are advised to be extra vigilant and to check their home security in and around their property, especially rear access points. Please keep an eye on neighbouring properties, especially if your neighbours are out or away and report anyone you see acting suspiciously to the police as soon as possible on the 24 hour non-emergency telephone number 101.