Guide Dog charity boxes stolen from Banbury and Bicester rail stations

A charity box being taken from Bicester  North Station

A charity box being taken from Bicester North Station

First published in Countywide

THIS is the moment a “callous and heartless” thief stole one of three dog-shaped charity boxes from two Oxfordshire rail stations.

The CCTV image shows the man taking a three foot-high Guide Dogs collection box from Bicester North Station.

The boxes, which raise funds to provide mobility for people who are blind and partially sighted, were taken between Friday, November 9, and Tuesday, November 13, from Banbury and Bicester stations.

British Transport Police investigating officer Gary Archer said: “Around 3.50am on Friday, November 9, CCTV captured a man entering Bicester North station before removing two collection boxes.”

A box was also taken from Banbury station sometime between Friday, November 9, and Tuesday, November 13.

Anyone with information should contact British Transport Police on 0800 405040 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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