Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after two paintings were stolen from a gallery in Henley.
Between 9pm on Friday (10/10) and 9am on Saturday (11/10), two paintings were stolen, one called Chandelier Against Grey which painted in acrylic and inks, unframed, measuring 61 x 61 x 5cm. The other painting called Temple Island is a lino print on paper with imitation silver leaf. This was framed in a black frame and is approx 48 x 35cm.
The pictures were housed in a corridor that adjoins two buildings. They were in a glass space with three sides but no top. It is believed the offender climbed up and unhooked the works. Anyone with any information about the theft or who saw anything suspicious should contact PCSO Helen Anderson from Henley police station via the Thames Valley Police Enquiry Centre on 101. Or you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Thames Valley Police is appealing for the public’s help to trace a missing girl from Henley-on-Thames.
Leoni Kennedy, aged 13, was reported missing at 3.46pm yesterday after she went missing from her childminder’s home in the town.
Leoni is white, around 5ft tall, with a slim build and long dark hair with green tips. She was last seen wearing a hooded top, black leggings and pink Nike high-top trainers and was carrying a black and white rucksack.
Insp Rachel Patterson said: “We are concerned about Leoni’s welfare and I would urge her, or anyone who knows of her whereabouts, to come forward and speak to us as soon as possible.
“I would also like to hear from anyone who may have seen a girl matching this description and can provide us with information about her movements.”
Anyone with information should contact Thames Valley Police via the 24-hour Enquiry Line on 101.
Competitors took on the 12 mile gruelling Tough Mudder assault course in Henley-on-Thames yesterday. Events at the Culden Faw estate included climbing up rope ladders, being given electric shocks and clambering over "Everest" walls.
Concerns are growing for a missing woman who hasn't been seen since December.
Monika Kwiatkowska, who is 30-years-old, was last seen on 15th December 2013 in Frieth, Henley-on-Thames.
She had told friends she was going on holiday and would come back in January, but no one has seen her.
She is thought to have got on a flight to Zurich on the 17th December from London City Airport.
Monika is originally from Poland and is described as white, 5' 4" with brown hair.
Anyone with information is asked to call Thames Valley Police on 101.
A Ukip councillor who blamed the Christmas floods on the passing of gay marriage laws, has been suspended by the Party.
David Silvester from Henley-on-Thames expressed further views today, saying being gay was a "spiritual disease" which could be cured.
Mr Silvester said he had warned the Prime Minister of "repercussions" if gay marriage had gone ahead, and his daily prayers convinced him the recent flooding was the consequence.
A UKIP spokesperson said he'd been suspended for ignoring their advice not to speak to the media.
The sixth annual Henley Literary Festival gets underway later today. Hundreds of people are expected to attend the event to listen to award winning novelists, politicians and journalists in a line up that includes Ann Widdecombe and Dame Stella Rimington. The festival runs until October 6.
Children and adults with disabilities have been given their chance to get out on the water at the fourth annual Henley Regatta for the Disabled in Henley. The event also featured a race - involving dragon boats.
The interviewees in Richard Jones' report are: Lucy Walton from Team Holt: Emma Walton, Team Captain; and Peter Face, a visitor; Ian Tritton, Chairman - Regatta for the Disabled.
Children and adults with disabilities have been attending the fourth annual Regatta for the Disabled in Henley.
Hundreds of people have gathered at the River Thames in Oxfordshire for the event. Dragon boat races have been the main attraction.
Boat fans of all ages flocked to the River Thames today for the 35th 'Thames Traditional Boat Rally'. There were vintage steamboats, slipper launches and electric canoes parading down the river. And unlike last year - the event was blessed with good weather, as Juliette Fletcher reports.
Boat fans of all ages flocked to the River Thames today for the thirty-fifth 'Thames Traditional Boat Rally'. There were vintage steamboats, slipper launches and electric canoes parading down the river. And this year - unlike last - the event was blessed with good weather.