Thames Valley Police has charged one man with burglary, while another man has been cautioned for handling stolen goods in Henley. The two men were arrested on Tuesday 9 April for a burglary in Hop Gardens, Henley on Monday 8th April during which a mobile phone, iPad and wallet were stolen. Stuart Glen, aged 18, of Mount View, Henley, was charged with burglary. He has been remanded in custody to attend Oxford Magistrates Court today (11 April). Meanwhile, a 20-year-old man from Henley was cautioned for handling stolen goods.
Purse Stolen in Waitrose
On the 8 April a lady had her purse stolen from her handbag in her trolley. The lady’s mother saw a tall white male, large build aged in his 40s wearing dark clothing come over to trolley and looked as if he had put something in the trolley by accident. They now realise that he may have stolen the purse at this time.
Phone Stolen from Bag in Oxfam Shop
On 11 April at around 1400, a lady was using her phone before putting it back in her handbag. Another female in the shop has brushed past her and she believes she has stolen the phone. The offender was holding a lot of clothes over her hand which the aggrieved believes hid her hands when taking the phone from her bag. The description of the female is Asian, in her 40s, straight dark shoulder length hair, around 150cm tall and slim to medium build.
Spectacles Stolen from Boots the Opticians
Unknown male offender has stolen spectacles between 1030 and 1130 on 11 April from the display and filled the gaps left with children’s spectacles before leaving the store having made no attempt to pay. The description of the male is white in his 30s, tall with short dark hair, well spoken and wearing a beige jacket
Tools Stolen from Shed on Gainsborough Crescent
Between 4-9 April unknown offenders have gained entry into an insecure garden shed and have removed tools from within.
Golf Clubs Stolen from Car on St Marks Road
The owner of a red Seat Leon heard the door alarm going on his way to work on the 9 April. He stopped and secured the doors and carried on this journey. Later that day he has gone to his car to get his sports kit out and found that his golf clubs were missing. It is presumed that these were stolen overnight.
Handbag Stolen from Car on Thameside
At around 1700 on the 11 April a handbag was stolen from the owner of a yellow Peugeot 106. The boot was left open but the other two doors were locked. Police advise that you should check all doors including the boot before leaving your vehicle and not to leave valuable items on display.
Bicycle Stolen at Railway Station Car Park
Between the hours of 2300 on the 10 April and 1000 on the 11 April a pedal cycle which was securely locked in the cycle rack has been stolen.