Police hunting woman who cracked glass door at Oxford railway station with her high heels

The woman police want to speak to

The woman police want to speak to

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A WOMAN used her high-heeled shoes to crack a glass window at 3.30am when she realised Oxford railway station was closed.

British Transport Police has now released CCTV images of a woman they want to speak to about the criminal damage on Saturday, April 26.

Pcso Zoe Hawkins said: “A woman approached the station concourse’s entrance doors which were closed and locked at that time of the morning.

“Realising she couldn’t gain access to the station, the woman hit the glass pane first with her hands and then with her high-heeled shoes, causing the glass to crack.”

Anyone with information should call British Transport Police on 0800 405040, text 61016 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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3:26pm Fri 23 May 14

deedee444 says...

Where's the crack in the door????? if you want someone to grass at least show what happened...........
Where's the crack in the door????? if you want someone to grass at least show what happened........... deedee444
  • Score: -11

4:45pm Fri 23 May 14

fishstew says...

next time the daft cow should get a train timetable so she knows when the last train is.
next time the daft cow should get a train timetable so she knows when the last train is. fishstew
  • Score: 16

6:02pm Sat 24 May 14

rfr says...

fishstew wrote:
next time the daft cow should get a train timetable so she knows when the last train is.
Obviously we don't know the actual story. She may have needed the toilet. She may have been scared, perhaps having been harassed, and sought sanctuary somewhere safe and public. It may not excuse cracking the glass but there may be a reasonable explanation for an act of frustration.
[quote][p][bold]fishstew[/bold] wrote: next time the daft cow should get a train timetable so she knows when the last train is.[/p][/quote]Obviously we don't know the actual story. She may have needed the toilet. She may have been scared, perhaps having been harassed, and sought sanctuary somewhere safe and public. It may not excuse cracking the glass but there may be a reasonable explanation for an act of frustration. rfr
  • Score: -3

7:24pm Sat 24 May 14

Chriso123 says...

Drunk or needed help probably.

Anyway, why are all security cameras such terrible quality everywhere. My phone camera could of taken a better video, and terabytes of storage doesn't cost much nowadays.
Drunk or needed help probably. Anyway, why are all security cameras such terrible quality everywhere. My phone camera could of taken a better video, and terabytes of storage doesn't cost much nowadays. Chriso123
  • Score: 6

10:27pm Sat 24 May 14

Dilligaf2010 says...

Maybe they want to know where she got her shoes, because a lot of the tools available for breaking glass, couldn't make a dent in toffee ;-p
Maybe they want to know where she got her shoes, because a lot of the tools available for breaking glass, couldn't make a dent in toffee ;-p Dilligaf2010
  • Score: 1

12:28pm Sun 25 May 14

rabbitrr says...

deedee444 wrote:
Where's the crack in the door????? if you want someone to grass at least show what happened...........
'Grass'? Lets rephrase that along the lines of being a concerned citizen rightly helping the Police to identify someone suspected of criminal damage so they can bring that person before the courts and rightfully gain a conviction. The owners of the door can then persue the individual concerned for compensation to repair the damage THEY have wilfully done. Otherwise all the innocent travellers buying tickets will be paying for the door.
[quote][p][bold]deedee444[/bold] wrote: Where's the crack in the door????? if you want someone to grass at least show what happened...........[/p][/quote]'Grass'? Lets rephrase that along the lines of being a concerned citizen rightly helping the Police to identify someone suspected of criminal damage so they can bring that person before the courts and rightfully gain a conviction. The owners of the door can then persue the individual concerned for compensation to repair the damage THEY have wilfully done. Otherwise all the innocent travellers buying tickets will be paying for the door. rabbitrr
  • Score: 4

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