Two cars have been stolen following separate burglaries in south Oxfordshire villages in the early hours of Friday morning. 

Thames Valley Police has said an Audi S3 was taken from a driveway at a Chinnor address around the areas of High Street and Church Road. 

Offenders are believed to have entered the property around 1am and 1.45am on June 21 by forcing the window before searching through drawers to locate the car keys. 

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A car was also stolen following a burglary in Kingston Blount around the areas of High Street and Park Lane. 

Offenders are believed to have have gained entry to the property by forcing the window. 

Once inside the offenders have stolen keys to a vehicle as well as the occupant's handbag and purse.

The vehicle, a Volkswagen Golf, was also taken from the driveway.

The Thames Valley Police Priority Crime team in Abingdon is appealing for witnesses to both incidents and have requested that all residents review their CCTV and doorbell footage. 

Anyone with any footage or relevant information can get in touch by calling police on 101 and quoting the reference number 43240291012 for the Chinnor incident or 43240290986 for the incident in Kingston Blount. 

The village of Kingston Blount is about two miles south west of the large village and civil parish if Chinnor. 

Both villages around around four miles south east of Thame in south Oxfordshire.