THE public has been warned to look out for a man who is banned from going near car windows and door handles in three different counties.

Keith Barlow, 28, has a history of theft from motor vehicles and was released from prison on Wednesday.

Barlow, of Booker, High Wycombe, was locked away for breaching the conditions of his antisocial behaviour order (ASBO) in August, which bans him from re-offending in three different counties.

Police have released his photo and the conditions of his ASBO in a bid to curb any re-offending on his release.

Barlow served four weeks in prison for breaching the conditions, which apply in Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire.

Detective Sergeant Mark Stevens, from the Priority Crime Team in Wycombe, said: "For the ASBO to be successful, members of the public need to know about Barlow and the specific conditions of his order.

"Should you witness Keith Barlow acting in a way that may place him in breach of his ASBO conditions please do not approach him and report it immediately."

Barlow is banned from: * Touching any vehicle door handle or window without the consent of the owner or driver (excluding public transport and taxis) * Instructing or encouraging others to touch a vehicle on his behalf without the owner's or driver's consent He was arrested on Sunday, August 5 and sentenced the next day for breaching his ASBO conditions. He served his jail sentence in HMP Preston.

You can contact Thames Valley Police via 08458 505 505 or to remain anonymous, contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.