Mini Cooper car, cash and sat navs stolen in Pangbourne burglaries

Police appealing for witnesses after three burglaries in 72 hours

Dan Cooper


Dan Cooper


01635 886632


POLICE are appealing for witnesses after three burglaries in the space of 72 hours in Pangbourne.

In the first, between 5pm on September 12 and 10am on September 13 a Citroen Picasso parked in Grahame Avenue was broken into and a sat nav was stolen.

During a second burglary, overnight between September 12 and 13, a blue Land Rover Discovery parked in Kennedy Drive was broken into and a torch, sunglasses, money and a sat nav were stolen.

Between midnight and 7.25am on the 15th September a property in Bourne Road, Pangbourne was burgled.

The offender(s) gained access via a window. Spare keys were stolen for a Mini Cooper that was parked on the drive and was then stolen. The mini is red with a black stripe.

Anyone with information should call police on 101.

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