Police are currently looking for a ‘suspicious vehicle’ in the Aylesbury Vale.

TVP Aylesbury Vale stated on February 3 through their Facebook page that a blue Toyota Corolla and ‘its occupants,’ were seen approaching ‘farmers and building sites in North Marston and Oving’.

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Between January 25 and January 28 in the Winslow, Wingrave, and Stoke Hammond areas, there were nine reports of vehicle and equipment theft.

Following the thefts, there has been an increase in police patrols in the Aylesbury Vale.

If you know anything, please let the police know

⚠️🚙 Suspicious Vehicle 🚙⚠️ We've be made aware of a suspicious vehicle (blue Toyota Corolla) and it's occupants...

Posted by TVP Aylesbury Vale on Wednesday, 3 February 2021

A brief statement on TVP Aylesbury Vale’s Facebook page read: “There have been a number of reports of rural crime over the last few weeks in and around this area which we are actively investigating, so we would very much like to catch up with this vehicle and its occupants.

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“Unfortunately, the information about this vehicle has come through to us third hand due to reports and sightings of it being shared on local community Facebook groups rather than to TVP directly.

"This causes us delays in responding to the reports.

“If you see the vehicle (or any vehicles) in suspicious circumstances and you believe that a crime is in action or about to be committed, please call us using 999.

Police patrols have increased in the area

Rural officers are out and about patrolling farms and secluded locations after a recent spike in Rural Crime. If you see anything suspicious, please report it to us via 999 👮🏻‍♀️ 👮‍♂️ #C9953 #RuralCrime

Posted by TVP Aylesbury Vale on Monday, 1 February 2021

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“In a non-emergency, please call 101 or use the online reporting tool on the Thames Valley Police website.

“Please also continue to share suspicious incidents on community social media groups as this is a great way to make people aware of what is going on.”