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

Police appealing for witnesses after three burglaries in 72 hours

Dan Cooper

Reporter:

Dan Cooper

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01635 886632

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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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