The family of a four year old who died after being struck by a mirror at a Hugo Boss shop say their child was a bright and vibrant boy.
Detectives are treating the death of a 20-month-old girl in Oxfordshire as murder and named her mother as a suspect.
Police are appealing for witnesses after 12 pieces of lead were stolen from a church roof in Bicester.
An investigation is underway after a 4 year old boy died when a mirror fell on top of him. Juliette Fletcher reports from Bicester Village.
The boy is believed to have been with his family when the incident occurred and the police are liaising with Oxfordshire County Council to investigate the exact circumstances relating to the death.
No-one has been arrested in connection with the incident.
In a statement, Hugo Boss said: "At around 8.30pm on June 4, a four-year-old child was injured by a mirror falling on him. The child suffered serious injuries and was treated at hospital where this morning (Saturday) he passed away.
"Everyone at Hugo Boss is devastated by this tragic accident and we would like to extend our deepest condolences and sympathies to his family. All of our thoughts are with them at this time.
"Hugo Boss will assist the authorities in any way with an investigation into the accident."
A company spokesman refused to reveal the size of the mirror or give details of how it fell and whether it fell from height. He said the store would remain closed until further notice.
In a statement, the shopping centre said: " Everyone at Bicester Village is deeply saddened by this tragic accident. We send our heartfelt condolences to the family and our thoughts and prayers are with them.
"The matter is now under investigation and there is no further comment at this time."
The accident happened on Tuesday evening when the child was in the Hugo Boss store at Bicester Outlet shopping village in Pingle Drive. It is believed part of a shop fitting fell on him causing serious head injuries.
The child was taken to the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford, where he subsequently died in the early hours of this morning. Det Insp Steve Duffy said: “Our thoughts are with the family at this time.”
“We are currently investigating the circumstances of this boy’s death and we would ask anyone who was in the Hugo Boss store at around that time on Tuesday to please contact us as a matter of urgency on the 101 Thames Valley Police number."
Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to a warehouse fire this morning at Polestar on the Chaucer industrial estate in Bicester.
The fire had started in a gas-driven forklift truck and spread rapidly through the building.
ITV News Meridian spoke to Paul Molloy, station manager.
Latest picture from the scene of the warehouse blaze.
Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to reports of a warehouse fire this morning at Polestar on the Chaucer industrial estate in Bicester. The fire had started in a gas-driven forklift truck.
Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to reports of a warehouse fire this morning at Polestar on the Chaucer industrial estate in Bicester.
The fire had started in a gas driven forklift truck which was in use within the warehouse at the time and quickly spread to the contents of the building. Employees present initially tried to tackle the fire and as the first fire appliances arrived made their escape.
Additional assistance was immediately requested and at the height of the fire over 45 fire fighters with 5 fire appliances and 4 specialist vehicles from Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire attended.
A man has been sentenced to life imprisonment, to serve a minimum of 20 years, after being found guilty of the murder of his wife following a two-week trial at Oxford Crown Court. A jury found Andrew Parsons, aged 38, of Lucerne Avenue in Bicester, guilty of the murder of Janee Parsons.
During the trial, the court heard how on 1 December 2012, Parsons attacked his 31-year-old wife outside the bedroom at their family home in Lucerne Avenue.
It is believed Parsons started an argument with his wife, left the room, then returned and punched her in the face and attacked her, leaving her on the floor. He then retrieved a knife from the kitchen, before stabbing her 17 times.
Parsons had pleaded guilty to manslaughter at the start of the trial. Speaking after the verdicts, Senior Investigating Officer Det Ch Insp Joe Kidman said: “The murder ofa loved one is always a great tragedy for the victim’s family and friends.
“This case was unusual because the terrible brutality of the attack was captured on an audio recording. Hearing this has been an additional burden for the grieving family to bear. “They have shown great dignity throughout the investigation and trial process and our thoughts remain with them.
“I would also like to pay tribute to the members of the jury who have listened carefully to the extraordinary and disturbing evidence and returned a verdict that reflects the facts of what happened.” Janee’s parents, Mary and Phil Brady, said: “Janee was a lovely, caring person.
An inquest is due to open into the death of Sarah Dahane whose body was found in a house in Bicester last week.
It's still not known what caused her death. Her mother, who's wanted on suspicion of murder, is believed to be in Kenya.