Police are urging residents to be vigilant and ensure their caravans have sufficient security, after two attempted thefts.

The most recent offence took place on Tuesday, where four men attempted to remove the wheelclamps from a caravan parked on a driveway in Station Road, Quainton, between 10.30am and 2.30pm. The first offence occurred on October 7, in Main Street, Grendon Underwood, when two men attempted to remove wheelclamps.

The offenders for the offence on Tuesday are all white, in their thirties and were travelling in a dark blue Ford Mondeo estate.

Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) Anthony Hurd said: “Both offences took place during the day and we are appealing for anyone who saw any persons or vehicles acting suspiciously in the area to contact the neighbourhood policing team at Waddesdon police station.

“We are also reminding residents to make sure they have sufficient security to ensure they do not become a victim of this type of crime. To help reduce your risk of becoming a victim, please follow these simple tips, which will be of use for keeping your caravan secure.”