Multiple keyless cars have been stolen across southern Oxfordshire.

Thames Valley Police has released CCTV images of suspects officers would like to speak to after four thefts in Kennington, Wallingford and Chinnor.

All four were keyless BMWs.

The first theft took place between 9.30pm on Sunday and 7.40am on Monday at a home in The Avenue, Kennington.

It is believed that a scanning device was used to steal the vehicle from the driveway.

The second theft took place at about 3.10am on Monday. The thieves also attempted to gain entry to a property in Kennington Road to steal a car, but were not successful.

The third theft was at about 2.30am on Tuesday, at a home in Imray Place, Wallingford, where a white BMW was stolen.

The fourth theft saw a black BMW M4 stolen between 9pm on Wednesday and 7.30am yesterday from a home in Leyburne Gardens, Chinnor.

Investigating Officer PC Lorraine O’Connor based at Abingdon police station said: “I am appealing to anyone who recognises any of these individuals to get in touch as I am keen to understand what they know about these offences.

“I believe that the offenders used a device and a laptop to intercept the signal from the remote sensor on the key and gain entry to the vehicle.

"They can then start the vehicle without the key – and drive away.”

If you have any information about the crimes, get in touch with Thames Valley Police using the online form quoting reference number 43200154018 or contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.