Hampshire Police are appealing to public after a diner in Kingsclere was broken into and thieves stole nearly £30,000.
At around midnight last night, unknown offenders broken into the American-themed diner and stole two safes from the office area.
Extensive damage was caused to the diner as it is thought heavy machinery was used to drag out the safes.
The activity around the diner during this incident would have caused quite a lot of noise and may have attracted some attention.
Were you in the area at the time? Did you see anything unusual or anyone acting suspiciously?”
We are urging you to help us find info or sightings of a red car that decided to drive into our diner and smash everything up!!
A family-run diner in Kingsclere has been left devastated after it was ransacked during an overnight break-in and £30,000 was stolen
Nelsons Diner are appealing for any sightings of a red car that drove into the diner and smashed the diner.
The diner is due to be closed until Saturday because of the extensive damage - as they explain 'there has been lots of damage'.
We are very concerned about David as he requires regular medical attention and hasn’t had this since Tuesday. If anyone sees him, I would ask that you contact us immediately so we can make sure he is safe.
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The family of Liberty Baker, the 14-year-old girl who was knocked down and killed by a car in Witney, say they are devastated she has gone.
They also said:
We are devastated and heartbroken that our beautiful daughter and sister has been so cruelly taken from us.
Liberty was such a kind and caring girl and her glowing smile lit up our lives.
We thank everyone for their support and kind words during this devastating time and we appeal to anyone who saw this tragedy unfold, to contact the Police on 101."
The teenager died on Curbridge Road on Monday morning.
Three others were injured in the crash.
The 18-year-old driver of the car, arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, has been released on bail until the 10th of August.
Flowers have been laid at the site where a 14-year-old girl died yesterday in Witney.
She has been named locally as Liberty Baker, who was described as a "friendly and kind girl".
Liberty was a Year 9 pupil at the 1,400-pupil Henry Box School in Witney where staff and students are being counselled over her death.
Officers attended Curbridge Road at 8.12am yesterday morning after reports a car had collided pedestrians.
An 18-year-old man arrested in connection with a fatal collision in Witney yesterday has been bailed by police.
The man, who was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after a collision in Curbridge Road in which a 14-year-old girl was killed, has been bailed until 10 August.