EACH week police issue a number of appeals for help from the public for more information following major incidents.

Over the past week, Thames Valley officers have requested witnesses for a burglary, an incident which saw a young male hit by a car, and more.

Here are some incidents reported recently you could help the force with.

 

Burglary at Windsor property

The incident happened at a property in Winkfield Lane between about 7.30pm and midnight on Wednesday, March 30.

The three white men were wearing masks, balaclavas and hats.

They were travelling in a white Audi A3 with the partial registration plate GN64. 

A number of items were stolen, including a graphite-coloured Land Rover with the registration plate GM21 WLL, expensive jewellery, a Prada handbag, several unique IndyCar racing baseball caps, and a bike.

The bike is a 2016 Trek Madone with Zipp 404 wheels and the victim's signature and the number nine on the wheel.

Investigating officer, PC Megan Walmsley said: “I would urge anyone who witnessed the burglary or has footage from the area or information to contact Thames Valley Police.

“If anyone has seen or been offered any of the stolen items, please contact the police as soon as possible.

“You can send us any information via our website or call 101, quoting investigation reference number 43220138671.”

Here's the stolen bike:

Royal Borough Observer: Picture: Thames Valley PolicePicture: Thames Valley Police

 

Images released of two men following assault in Newbury

An image of two men officers was released who Thames Valley Police want to speak to in relation to an assault in Newbury.

On Saturday, March 26 at around 10.15pm there was an argument between the victim and two men outside the Blue Smokehouse on Market Place.

One man pushed the victim, with another punching him multiple times to the face and body.

The victim was treated in hospital for his injuries.

After the incident, both offenders ran off towards Northbrook Street.

Investigating officer, PC Christopher Burr, based at Newbury police station said: “We are releasing the images of these two men as we believe they may have information that could assist us with our investigation.

“If it is you pictured, or you recognise the men in the image, please get in touch.

“You can report information by calling 101 or visiting our website, quoting reference number 43220132183.

“Alternatively, if you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via their website.”

Royal Borough Observer: Picture: Thames Valley PolicePicture: Thames Valley Police

READ MORE: Police confirm identity of person hit by train

 

Man exposes himself in park in Thatcham

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following incidents of exposure in Thatcham.

At around midday on Tuesday, March 29 a man was seen exposing himself in Henwick Park.

A similar incident occurred on Thursday, March 24 at around 10.30am at the same location.

The offender is described as a white man, with light brown short hair, of stocky build and is aged around 20 to 30 years old.

Investigating officer, PC Katherine Darling, based at Newbury police station, said: “We are looking for any witnesses of these exposure incidents to please come forward.

 “To get in touch, call 101 or make a report online, quoting reference 43220136786.

“Alternatively, call the independent charity, Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 111 555 or visit its website.”

 

 

Man suffers serious head injury following incident in Reading

A 25-year-old man suffered a serious head injury following an incident in Reading.

The incident occurred at around 1am on Sunday, April 3 outside Wildlime Bar and Kitchen in Friar Street.

The victim, a 25-year-old man, had been ejected from the premises, but was then pushed by another man, leading him to fall backwards onto the road and injure his head.

The victim remains in hospital with a serious head injury.

A 35-year-old man from Bracknell has been arrested on suspicion of inflicting grievous bodily harm and has been released on police bail.

Investigating officer Detective Constable Grace Dooey, based at Reading police station, said: “I am appealing to anybody who was in the area of the Wildlime Bar in Friar Street at or around the time of the incident to please contact Thames Valley Police if you witnessed anything.

“I would be particularly keen to hear from anybody who may have been waiting in the queue at Wildlime to get in touch if you have any information that can help this investigation.

“I would also ask if anybody has captured the incident on mobile phone or dash-cam, to please call us.

“You can make contact either by reporting online, or by calling 101, quoting reference number 43220143077.

“Alternatively, for 100% anonymity, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

ALSO READ: Memorial bench unveiled to remember Olly Stephens who died from stabbing

 

Young man hit by car in Bracknell

A young male was struck by a car on April 4 at 6.18pm on Binfield Road, Bracknell.

Officers are appealing for any witnesses who may have seen the incident and are interested in speaking with them.

They particularly want to speak to a female with blonde hair, wearing a black coat and walking a dog at the time of the incident.

If you have witnessed anything, please call 101 quoting INCIDENT 1694 and the date of April 4.