More news - and a memorial garden has been opened in memory of Oxfordshire teenager Jayden Parkinson.
The garden has been created on donated land close to where Jayden's body was found.
She was murdered - and discovered at All Saints Church in Didcot. Her mother, Samantha Shrewsbury, says she can't thank the community enough. Cary Johnston reports.
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a racially aggravated public order offence.
The incident happened on The Broadway, Didcot, at about 2pm on Friday.
A man shouted abuse at a 45-year-old man and his 17-year-old son from a first floor window as they walked past the property in the street below. The incident occurred near to DK Elegance Beauty Salon.
The offender is white, with very short or shaved hair, medium to stocky build and in his twenties or early thirties
“Given the time of day when the incident took place, there would more than likely have been other people around on the street who saw or heard this unprovoked attack take place. We are very hopeful that anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious will come forward with the information.”
If you have any information please contact the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
If you don't want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.
Rail passengers across the region are facing massive disruption over Easter. From Good Friday for ten days there'll be major closures and disruption from Didcot to Hayes, because of engineering works. They include the upgrade of Reading station, new signals, and Crossrail. All services on First Great Western and Cross Country will be heavily disrupted in Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire and Wiltshire. But Network Rail are promising to "put passengers first" and avoid the huge delays cause by works overrunning at Christmas. Mike Pearse reports.
Thames Valley Police is appealing for information after a series of robberies in Didcot.
The first offence occurred in Basil Hill Road. A man was walking near the sewage works when he was approached by two men who produced a knife and demanded money.
The second robbery happened outside the shops in Lostock Place. A 44-year-old woman was approached by two men who produced a knife and demanded money.
During the third offence, a 27-year-old woman was approached by a man who produced a knife. The incident happened again outside the shops in Lostock Place in the evening.
During the final incident, a 29-year-old woman was approached by one man who produced a knife in Avon Way at about 11pm.
Money was taken during the first two robberies.
Two men, aged 29 and 30 and both from Didcot have been arrested. Anyone with information should contact the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.
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Children's Christmas presents stolen during a burglary in Oxfordshire contained personalised family photographs, police have said.
The wrapped gifts were in the living room of the home in Itchen Court, Didcot, which was broken into through a window at the back of the property, Thames Valley Police said.
The presents were for children in the family and were mainly toys, as well as personalised calendars featuring family photographs and a white Samsung tablet, a spokesman said.
"This is a terrible burglary due to the fact that several children's presents were taken on Christmas Eve. "I would appeal to anyone who saw or heard anything out of the ordinary in the area around the time of the offence to come forward to police in the hope that we can track down the offenders."
Anyone with information should call Thames Valley Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
Thames Valley Police are appealing for witnesses after a fifty-year-old man was assaulted in a pub in Didcot, Oxfordshire.
The incident happened in the Wallingford Arms public house in Broadway at around 2.30am on Saturday 14th December.
The victim was on the dance floor when he was assaulted by a stranger. He lost consciousness and was left with cuts to his chin. He was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital, but has been discharged.
Officers would like to speak to anyone who saw what happened, especially a woman who was wearing a burgundy dress. She is thought to have been in the dance floor at the time of the incident.
Anyone with information can call Thames Valley police via the 24-hour enquiry line 101. Alternately, if you want to remain anonymous, you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Thames Valley Police is releasing CCTV of two victims that officers would like to speak to after a series of assaults in Didcot.
The incidents took place at Delight 2, a kebab shop in Broadway, at 12.45am on 15 November.
Two men entered the kebab shop and became disruptive, with one of the men kicking the female and male customer pictured in the CCTV image.
One of the offenders then demanded chicken and, after being told it had sold out, reached across the counter and punched a member of staff in the face.
Staff then removed the men from the store, but they re-entered several times and one of the men damaged the window of the shop.
Police are looking to speak to speak to anyone who witnessed the incidents, and particularly to the woman and man who and are pictured in the image.
If you have any information which could help with the investigation, please contact PC Jon Morley from Didcot police station via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
If you do not want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.
In a cloud of smoke and with a thunderous blast three historic towers were demolished today after dominating the Thames Valley's skyline for more than four decades.
The three southern towers of Didcot A power station in Oxfordshire were brought down by nearly 400lbs (180kg) of explosives in a matter of seconds. Hundreds of local residents were up all night to get the best vantage point to see the towers come tumbling down
The decision to demolish the towers in the early hours of the morning angered some locals, with a petition to change the timing gaining more than 3,000 signatures. Didcot town council had also expressed its disappointment but npower said the timeslot between 3am and 5am had been chosen for safety reasons, taking into account the risk of people getting too close to the explosion, and the impact of the dust cloud on local roads and a nearby rail line.
Warning sirens were sounded 15 and then 10 minutes before the explosion at 5am. During the build-up to the explosion #DidcotDemolition was trending on Twitter, and one Oxfordshire resident said: "This has gotta be Didcot's most momentous occasion since we won the FA vase".
The coal-fired power station ceased generating in March last year after dominating the skyline around the town since 1970, with the neighbouring gas-fired Didcot B continuing. The towers' appearance was not universally appreciated with many people finding them an eyesore. Whtaever your point of view, the journey along the A34 will never look the same.