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Sid & Linda Baker  811407
Hogg Lane, Memorial Hall Area

Wendy Cone 811305
Brackley Road

Nigel Grove-White  811683
Main Street

Alan Howell  812152
Main Street

Ann Hawkins  811788
Myers Way

Annette Bull  810525
Myers Close

Mary Nash  811193
Farthinghoe Road

Grace Locke  811245
Green Lane

We are still looking for members
to additionally cover areas:
Cartwright Road
Myers Close/Way New Houses

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Non emergency 101

or if it is an emergency
dial 999 or 112

Banbury Police Station
0845 8 505 505

Crime Stoppers anonymously
0800 555 111

Thames Valley Police Headquarters
01865 846000

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Police warning following recent catalytic converter thefts
Police are warning motorists about an increase of incidents where thieves have stolen catalytic converters from vehicles in Northamptonshire with reported thefts in the areas of Rushden and Oundle.
Catalytic converters are part of the exhaust system and contain a number of rare metals which can make them valuable to thieves.
Wherever possible, motorists are advised to reverse up to walls or fixed objects when parking or ensure their vehicles are housed securely.
Police urge people to remain vigilant against metal thieves targeting catalytic converters and to call directly if they notice anyone acting suspiciously around a vehicle.
Witnesses to these incidents, or anyone with information, should call Northamptonshire Police on 101 - alternatively, Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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