go

Hunt for harmonicas

Kingsclere burglar takes two valuable harmonicas

Charlotte Booth

Reporter:

Charlotte Booth

Contact:

01635 886637

police

POLICE are calling for witnesses after two expensive harmonicas were stolen from a property in Kingsclere.

The burglary took place at a house in Anchor Road at some time between August 21 and October 24, while the homeowner was away. 

Two Hohner Super 64 harmonicas, worth around £430 each, were stolen, along with some hand tools and stone edging from the front garden.

Officers are keen to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident, has any information about the crime or knows where the harmonicas are.

If you have any information call Pc Richard Baldwin at Tadley police station on 101, quoting crime reference number 44170419340.

Leave your comment

Share your opinions on Newbury Weekly News

Characters left: 1000

News

Breaking news: Former Newbury policeman Shane Cooke dies
News

Breaking news: Former Newbury policeman Shane Cooke dies

Tributes are paid on social media to the former town centre officer

 
Keith Chegwin dies aged 60
News

Keith Chegwin dies aged 60

TV star dies at home surrounded by family

 
News

Victoria Park tennis court floodlights now in use

 
News

West Berkshire Council hits back at social mobility report

 
News

Protecting keyless cars from thieves

2comments