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POLICE are trying to trace the owners of property stolen in thefts carried out in South Oxfordshire.

POLICE are trying to trace the owners of property stolen in thefts carried out in South Oxfordshire.

The items are mainly sundials, roof tiles, staddle stones and staddle stone bases stolen from gardens during May.

They were recovered from a disused airfield in Berinsfield and a commercial address in Stokenchurch.

Pc Mark Russell, of Didcot police, said: “If you have been the victim of this type of theft and think any of these type of items might belong to you, please get in touch.Some of these thefts might not have been reported to the police but if the victims can identify their particular items and where they went missing from, we may be able to reunite the objects with their rightful owners.”

If you believe any of these items might be yours, call Pc Russell on the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number, 101.

lPolice are warning people to beware after a spate of thefts of batteries from outbuildings and agricultural vehicles in rural parts of South Oxfordshire. Owners are advised to property mark items.

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