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We have been investigation a spate of offences, whereby offenders have been damaging and then later stealing motor vehicles. The offenders have been approaching residents and offering to buy their vehicles. If residents decline the offenders have threatened to damage the vehicles. In some cases the vehicles have later had there windows smashed and the offenders have re-attended and again offered to buy the vehicle from the owner. If the owner has declined the vehicle has been stolen within a short period of time.

Has this happened to you? If so please contact PC 1685 Shoubridge at High Wycombe Police Station.

In some cases the attached leaflets have been left on vehicles

Has one of these leaflets been left on your vehicle? If so we would like to know about it as this would indicate where our suspects have been operating and possibly committing crime.

Winter weather update – Thursday 1 March 2018


Buckinghamshire, along with many parts of the UK, is still experiencing wintery conditions. This means unusually low temperatures for this time of the year and potentially snow or sleet with strong winds.

The Council has a one-stop webpage that brings together advice ranging from staying safe on the roads, the gritting routes and coping with winter weather to staying healthy, warm and preventing illness.

It’s also important to note that when these conditions appear we tend to get an increase in admissions at both GP surgeries and hospitals but if your illness is minor check out other services like 111 or for health information and advice. Don’t forget that pharmacists can give clinical advice for minor health issues and a list of local pharmacies can also be found on the Health Help Now website

Noel Brown, Cabinet Member for Community Engagement and Public Health said the webpages were the most comprehensive guide ever published for Buckinghamshire: “While I hope these unusual conditions won’t persist, it’s useful to have such a wide array of information at the click of a button. It’s easy to get caught out particularly with freezing temperatures or heavy snowfall so be prepared. Staying warm and healthy is just as important.  “However we can all do our bit by checking in on elderly or frail neighbours who may be reluctant to leave home when the weather turns; let’s all try to be good neighbours to one another” he added.

To see all the webpages, visit


A404/M40 Junction 4 Handy Cross Roundabout  – CANCELLATION this weekend (Friday 2 to Monday 5 March)

Due to the poor weather forecast, the remaining works at the Handy Cross roundabout for this weekend have been cancelled (Friday 2 to Monday 5 March).

Rescheduled to take place over the weekend of 17/18 March.

The roundabout and all approach roads will be closed from 9pm on Friday 16 March through to 6am on Monday 19 March.

Please be aware that this closure is subject to change due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances – confirmed dates will be displayed in advance on signs at the junction.