New CCTV technology is being installed in Newbury after a spate of vandalism and anti-social behaviour.
It comes just months after cameras in the town centre were switched off by the council in a bid to save money.
It's hoped it will make residents feel more secure.
As Mary Stanley reports
Mary spoke to Sarah Greenall and Granville Taylor from Newbury Town Council.
Police have released CCTV images after a cafe in Essex was broken into and burgled.
Detectives are trying to identify these men after several items were stolen from a cafe in Stanford-le-Hope. It's believed the back door was forced open.
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Police investigating a cash fraud offence at a Weymouth store are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward and have released a CCTV image of the suspect.
The incident happened at around 2pm on Wednesday 19 November 2014 at Goulds Garden Centre on Littlemoor Road.
The female offender, who was with a younger man, went to one of the checkouts to pay for a low-value item with a £10 note.
After this transaction and before leaving the shop, the woman returned to the cashier while she still had the till open and asked to change a large quantity of £10 notes into different denominations.
Police Constable Andy Dickinson, of Weymouth police, said: “The offender then asked the cashier to change even more notes into different denominations in an intentional act to try and confuse the member of staff.
“As a result the woman left with an amount of additional cash which was fraudulently obtained. This was only discovered by the store the following day.
“Following my investigation, I am now in a position to release a CCTV image of this woman and would urge anyone who recognises her to call me in confidence.”
The offender is described as white, aged between 40 and 45 years and approximately five feet two inches tall. She spoke with a Romanian accent and is believed to be Romanian or Eastern European.
Witnesses and anyone with information should call Dorset Police in confidence on 101 quoting incident number 22:137. Alternatively, call the free and anonymous Crimestoppers line on 0800 555 111 where mobile phone tariffs may apply.
Officers in Poole investigating an assault on a teenager in the centre of town are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward – with a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak with being released.
The incident happened at approximately 2.20pm on Sunday 8June 2014 at the bus station near to the Dolphin Centre.
A 16-year-old boy from Poole stood with a friend waiting for a bus when an unknown man ‘barked’ at him aggressively for no apparent reason. When the victim asked him what he was doing the suspect head-butted him and ran off toward the service road. The boy sustained a small cut to his face as a result of the attack.
Witnesses and anyone with information should call Dorset Police in confidence on 101 quoting incident number 8:220. Alternatively, call the free and anonymous Crime stoppers line on 0800 555 111 where mobile phone tariffs may apply.
Police have released this CCTV image of a man they think could help them after a man exposed himself to a 16-year-old boy on a train.
The boy boarded the train at Guildford at 11pm on Tuesday 20th May and sat in the third carriage from the front.
Shortly after the train left, a man sitting near the boy exposed himself and began behaving inappropriately.
The boy moved and told the train guard what happened.
The guard saw the man leave the train at Ash station.
Detective Constable Tony Bronger said, "I urgently want to speak to the man pictured as I think he has crucial information about what happened. If you recognise him, please get in touch. I am also keen to hear from anyone who was on the train and may have witnessed the incident."
Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference number SSUB/B8 of 30/06/2014.
Thames Valley Police has released a CCTV image of a man it would like to speak to in connection with a theft in Wokingham.
At around 10.22am on Monday 9 June, a man entered the Halfords store in Gazelle Close and stole a Carrera Kraken mountain bike.
Investigating officer PC Paul Bentley from Wokingham police station said: “It is believed the man went towards the Winnersh Triangle train station so if you know or recognise the man, or have any information about this incident, I would urge you to call Thames Valley Police on 101.”
British Transport Police are continuing their investigation after one of their officers was assaulted at Aylesbury station on Friday 20 September.
Today the police released a CCTV image of the man they'd like to speak to in connection with the attack. PC Robert Maulini, the investigating officer, said:
"Around 9pm, the victim, a member of staff approached a man who was seen to have jumped the ticket barriers. The victim questioned the man and told him he would have to buy a valid ticket. The man then punched the victim repeatedly in the face, knocking him to the ground."
"Another man then began to verbally threaten the victim whilst he was on the floor. Both men then made off from the station."
The victim was left with minor cuts and bruises.
Detectives investigating the murder of a Chatham woman have renewed their appeal to help identify a potential witness.
Officers are trying to trace a man wearing a cap seen in Magpie Hall Road, Chatham, at the time victim Harjit Chaggar was last seen on Monday 2nd September.
Her body was found in the basement of a shop in Chatham.
44-year-old Abdul Hannan and Murshed Miah who's 38, both of Maidstone, and Mohammed Liaket Islam aged 28, from Gillingham, have been charged with murder. A fourth man from Chatham, remains on bail.
A great way to tackle crime or a big brother style invasion of privacy? CCTV cameras can be found on most high streets nowadays. And one of the largest CCTV hubs in the country, covering North Kent has resulted in thousands of arrests since it came into operation last April.
The majority, for shoplifting, anti-social behaviour, assault and affray. Sarah Saunders spoke to Sgt Steve Holpin from Kent police and Medway Council's Robin Cooper.