Caravan Stolen- Horley 10/04/2015 10:41:46 
This is to advise you that a caravan has been stolen from a field in Horley. Persons unknown cut through two hedges and a fence to gain access to the caravan. This occurred sometime between 7pm on Wed 8 April and 9am on the 9th. No description of the caravan is currently available.
As always we ask that you remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity to us as a matter of urgency on the non-emergency no.101. If you have information that could help with our enquiries, but, you wish to remain anonymous you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Thank you on behalf of the Banbury Rural Neighbourhood Team
Domestic Oil Thefts In North Newington Village 26/03/2015 11:27:55 
We have had 5 x domestic oil thefts in North Newington in the last 9 days. 1 in School Lane, 1 in Main street and 3 in Park lane. Please alert neighbours and remain extra vigilant. If you saw anything suspicious in your area or have any information that may help with police enquiries please telephone Banbury Rural Neighbourhood Police Team on 101. Alternatively if you have information that could help us but wish to remain anonymous, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Between Thursday 5th – Sunday 8th February
Offenders have gained entry to a garage and stolen a pushbike. Please alert neighbours and remain extra vigilant. If you saw anything suspicious in the area or have any information that can assist with police enquiries, please telephone Banbury Rural Neighbourhood Police Team on 101 with information or 999 for immediate police attention
Alternatively if you have information that could help us but wish to remain anonymous, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
This week’s Banbury Guardian warns of the rise of doorstep traders and the link to burglaries.
A Horley resident recently had an incident of a guy trying to sell items from a bag on his shoulder. He said he was selling goods as he was on a new scheme helping to rehabilitate ex offenders. The police are saying many of these doorstep traders have fake ID’s and they are just scouting round the villages for vulnerable properties or people.
It is recommended that you report this type of non emergency activity to the Thames Valley Police on 101. See the new Village Alerts page for all previous notices.
If you would like receive Thames Valley Alerts directly then you can register here (also under useful links) you may also want to see our local neighbour police site which can be found here Banbury Rural
Last Sunday evening (Jan 4th) a car parked on Wroxton Lane had one of its rear windows smashed, nothing was taken. Also on the same evening another car at the other end of the village was damaged (details not known).
If you remember anything odd about Sunday evening or see any suspicious activity you can report it to Thames Valley Police on 101.