More cars in the Aylesbury Vale are being broken into, according to Thames Valley Police.

In a Facebook post that was published by Thames Valley Police Aylesbury Vale on the behalf of the Aylesbury Agility Team, ‘residents have experienced theft from vehicles or attempts’, between January 10 and January 12, in Great Horwood near Buckingham.

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This comes a week after a man was put in police custody over similar crimes that happened in Fairford Leys in Aylesbury between January 6 and 7.

It is not known if the two crimes are related.

An excerpt in the Facebook post said: “If anyone is aware of such incidents and have not yet spoken to us, please do get in touch via 101.

“Likewise, if you are aware of, or have CCTV that may assist, please make contact with us.

"We will also be making contact with those that have posted footage online.

“Now that we are aware of these incidents, you will notice an increased presence of officers in the local area.

“Please don’t hesitate to stop and talk to our officers or PCSOs if you see them out and about.

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“Additionally, we would always ask that if you see or suspect a crime is taking place, you call 999.

“We can see from the numerous Facebook posts some of you have chosen to report this online via our website and we thank you for that.

“However, there is understandably a delay in processing that information and your reports actually getting to the officers on the ground.

“As always, we thank you for your vigilance.”

Since the start of the year, Aylesbury has been riddled with crime.

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On January 8, a man was arrested and charged with several offences following a ‘disturbance’ in Paradise Orchard, and on January 4, two men aged 19 and 21 were also arrested and charged but with drug and weapon-related crimes.

On New Year’s Eve, a driver was spotted by police going ‘the wrong way around roundabouts’ after being spotted with no licence and on January 3, following a car crash, a man was taken into police custody after having cannabis and cocaine in their system.