THE Oxford Mail has created a video highlighting many of the shops that have been targeted in ram-raid attacks.

Readers can now take a tour of the areas hit by the gang, believed to be from outside of the county.

It comes as police admitted that three separate ram-raid gangs may have been operating in Oxfordshire in recent months.

There have been 10 ram-raid style offences at convenience stores across the county since December. While the bulk are believed to have been committed by one group, two are thought to be unconnected.

Police believe ram-raids at the Co-op in Grove on January 9 and the Tesco in Grove on April 25 are not connected to the others or one another.

The crimes have generally followed the same basic pattern, with thieves using stolen 4x4s to smash their way into supermarkets and convenience stores in an attempt to remove cashpoints.

Officers are working with partner agencies and other forces to investigate these offences.

Stores targeted in the raids include Aldi in Horspath Driftway and the Co-op in Carterton.