HERE is a roundup of the crimes police have appealed for help with over the weekend and today.

Anyone with information should call 101.

Passports stolen

Bank cards, passports and four watches were stolen during a burglary in Gathorne Road, Headington on Friday.

The rear door of the home had been forced open at around 2:45am.

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting crime reference number 43190010412.

Theft from a vehicle

ITEMS were taken from a vehicle parked in Church Lane, Wendlebury on Thursday, January 10, at around 3.10pm.

Police say a white van was spotted in the area at the time and may be linked.

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting crime reference number 43190010905.

Burglary and blackmail

Police are appealing for information after three masked men forced their way into a home in Cumnor and assaulted one of the occupants.

They then demanded money before fleeing.

Police say they are investigating the incident as a ‘burglary and blackmail’.

Read more here: Police launch burglary and blackmail investigation following Cumnor break in

Registration plates stolen

A vehicle has had both its front and rear registration plates stolen while the car was parked on the driveway of a property in Rochester Way, Twyford, Adderbury.

This occurred between 10am on Friday, January 11 and 11am on Saturday.

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting reference 43190011766.

As stolen number plates can be used in crime, please ensure that you inform the police if this happens to you.

Banbury burglary

Thieves smashed an upstairs window to gain entry to a property in Winchester Close in Banbury between midnight on Saturday, January 5 and 3pm on Saturday, January 12.

Call 101 with any information quoting reference 43190011966.

Bin set on fire in playing fields

A bin was set alight within Lucy Plackett playing fields, Adderbury between 6.20pm and 6.45pm on Friday, January 11.

The fire service attended and extinguished the flames.

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting 43190011246.

Damage to church

A window was smashed by someone throwing a stone at St Mary’s Church in Adderbury between 7pm and 7.10pm on Friday, January 11.

Police say three youths were seen leaving the area at the time of the incident.

If you saw or heard anything call 101 quoting 43190011261.