On the Beat… Henley Police Update

TVPlogoMore Burglaries in Henley This Week

An ipad and laptop were stolen from a Gillotts Lane property by unknown offender between the 7-9 December. No sign of forced entry but occupants had bathroom window left open so offenders may have used this to gain access to the property.

On Friday 13 December between 9.55am and 6.34pm a property in Niagara Road, Henley was broken into. Offender(s) have forced a rear kitchen window and stole items including a laptop, jewellery and TV.

On Monday 16 December between 9.30am and 7pm a property in Greys Hill, Henley was broken into.  Offender(s) have forced open a rear ground floor window to gain entry and stole a TV.

Also on Monday 16 December between 6pm and 11pm a property in Mill Lane, Henley was broken into.  Offender(s) have entered the property via a rear ground floor window and stole loose change.

Between 14-16 December an outhouse in Gainsborough Hill, Henley was broken into.  Offender(s) have stolen several joints of meat.

Attempted Burglary

Unknown offenders unsuccessfully attempted to gain access to a Church Close, Rotherfield Greys garage between the 10- 11 December. Window and security lights smashed, as well as damage to garage door and frame from jemmy marks.

Vehicle Crimes

A blue BMW X5 parked at Waitrose car park on the evening of the 8 December was scratched all along one side of its body by unknown offender.

£1,000 worth of power tools were stolen from a white Citroen Berlingo Enterprise on Harpsden Road between 18.oopm on the 9 December and 07.30am on the 10 December. Unknown offenders did not damage the vehicle and it is suspected that they gained entry via the side door.

Unknown offenders broke into a silver Peugeot Expert HDI on Greys Road between 18.00 pm on the 9 December and 07.30 am on the 10 December. Access gained by using an unknown tool to break into vehicle’s rear door causing significant damage, but no property was stolen.

On the 10 December between 15.45pm and 16.00pm a vehicle parked at the Fairmile Cemetery had its rear tyre knifed  by an unknown offender. The damage was brought to the vehicle owner’s attention by a white 5’2″ male wearing a quilted waistcoat, t-shirt, jeans and trainers, and he spoke very little English. He indicated that the perpetrator  had left the site through the entrance. The only other male on site was wearing a grey hat, a blue top and bottoms, and was walking away from the vehicle.

Missing Purse

The owner of a found purse has a claimed her missing item and reported that the purse was stolen on the 7 December when she was shopping on Bell Street. The victim remembers being watched by two males around 13.00 pm and discovered her purse was missing whilst in Sainsburys.

If you have seen any suspicious looking people or vehicles in the area or have any information relating to any of these crimes please call the police on 101.


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