A boy arrested by police investigating sex attacks on two six-year-old girls at Legoland Windsor has been released from bail and will face no further action.
Witney Graffiti Spree
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a recent spate of graffiti ‘tags’ in Witney.
There have been forty different incidents of graffiti tags in Witney since January appearing on Oxford Hill and Newlands, Bridge Street, Mill Street, Ducklington Lane. The most recent of these ‘tags’ has been spotted in Corn Street and The Springs town centre.
The ‘tags’- ‘DOSE’, ‘REASON’ and ‘BUPH’ (pictured) have been spotted on Bridge Street, Oxford Hill and Mill Street.
PC Rob Webb said: “The recent spate of graffiti tags in Witney has made our town look very untidy and unwelcoming. The Witney Neighbourhood Team is looking at several ways of dealing with this issue and I would appeal to anyone that has any information to please contact the team or Crimestoppers’.
If anyone has any information regarding these tags, or the persons responsible for producing them, please contact Witney Neighbourhood Policing Team via the 24-hour Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
If you don't want to speak directly to the police you can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.
A month-long campaign starts today.
Hampshire Police have dealt with more than 100 cases in a year of people being blackmailed over intimate webcam images.
The Thames Valley force are issuing advice to encourage people to think about security and safety.
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