Thames Valley Police has released CCTV images of two men officers would like to speak to in connection with a burglary non-dwelling in Sandhurst.
At about 11.15pm on Wednesday 30th November, the offenders forced entry to the Co-operative store, Yorktown Road and stole a quantity of alcohol.
Investigating Officer, PC Dan Colyer based at Loddon Valley police station, said: “We would like to speak to the people in the CCTV images as we believe they may have vital information which could help us with our investigation."
Thames Valley Police has charged a man in connection with a fatal collision.
Dariusz Tokarczyk, aged 47, from North Yorkshire, was charged yesterday with one count of causing death by dangerous driving.
The charge is in connection with a collision on the A34 near Chieveley on 22 March 2016 in which an articulated lorry collided with a Vauxhall Corsa. The 21-year-old female driver of the Corsa, who was from Wiltshire, died.
Tokarczyk was released on police bail to appear at Reading Crown Court on the 19th of January 2017.
The family of a man from Oxfordshire killed by a drink driver is urging drivers to THINK twice before getting behind the wheel if they've had a drink this Christmas.
Graham Ruecroft was knocked off his bike and left to die in the road. The driver, a mother of three, was twice over the limit .She was jailed for four years and disqualified for eight.
Our reporter Mel Bloor has been out with police in Reading as they try to catch drivers over the limit.
Police are concerned for a teenager who has gone missing from her home in Worthing.
15-year-old Chloe Byrne was last seen at Worthing's central railway station at around 5.30pm on Thursday.
She is described as white, 5' 2", slim with very long brown hair and she was last seen wearing blue jeans, black trainers and a black top and took a Michael Kors bag with her.
Anyone who has seen Chloe or knows where she is, is urged to get in touch with police without delay.
Social Affairs Correspondent Christine Alsford rounds up the Every Day Counts series on the work of Redbridge Community School with Fred and Stacey in the studio.
Success for schools is data driven these days. And that means the walls of the office of Headteacher Jason Ashley at Redbridge Community School are festooned with sheets tracking performance.
Last year Peter had a school attendance record of just over 60 per cent. This year he's been in lessons every single day. He tells Christine Alsford why he stopped playing truant - and how he's turned his life around since a minibus that tours the locality chasing up absent pupils came to call.
A police officer, who took a career break to bring up two children, has been told she can't rejoin the force because of a tiny tattoo behind her ear. Louisa Baker, from Ashford, has a star at the top of her neck. It's smaller than a ten pence piece. Kent Police say tattoos above the collar line are forbidden for those who want to be officers. But should they bar you from frontline police work? Tom Savvides reports.