Police appeal for information following ram raids and vehicle thefts in Marlow, Maidenhead and Gerrards Cross
An appeal for information has been launched by Thames Valley Police following a series of incidents in Marlow, Maidenhead and Gerrards Cross.
On Monday 26th September 2016, at approximately 10.55pm, a green Mitsubishi Shogun vehicle was used to gain access to the Post Office shop in Furze Platt Road, Maidenhead in a ram raid style attack. An ATM was dragged from the shop during the incident and was subsequently left at the scene.
The vehicle had been reported stolen earlier in the evening, between 6.00pm and 10.45pm, from a communal car park in Paget Close in Marlow.
On Tuesday 27th September 2016, at around 1.00am, four offenders pulled an ATM out of the wall of a Waitrose shop in Station Road, Gerrards Cross, causing extensive damage. A stolen white Peugeot Partner van was used in the offence and was left behind at the scene. The offenders departed in a black or dark blue Audi RS4.
Police believe the incidents are linked.
Detective Inspector Peter Wall, of Maidenhead Local CID, said : ‘We would like to speak with anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious in the areas that the incidents occurred that may help with the investigation.
Anyone with information can call 101 or they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.‘