The body of a woman in her 50s has been recovered from the River Thames at Boulter’s Lock in Lower Cookham Road.
Police officers were called to the riverside yesterday (Saturday) morning.
A woman was pronounced dead at the scene. Her next of kin have been informed. The death is being treated as unexplained.
Thames Valley Police are appealing for the public’s help in order to trace a missing boy.
Max James, aged 14, was last seen in Disraeli Square, Aylesbury on Thursday afternoon.
He is black, about 5ft 7ins with short black afro hair and brown eyes. When he was last seen, he was wearing a black tracksuit with a zip up hooded top, a black puffer jacket, a grey or white t-shirt, and black and navy Nike trainers. He was also wearing a black baseball cap with a white logo on the rim.
Investigating officer Det Insp Dominic Williamson, said: “We are concerned about Max and I am appealing for anyone who has any information about him to get in touch.
“Max, if you are reading this, please call us to let us know that you are safe and well. You are not in any trouble, we just want to make sure that you are OK.”
A 45-year-old man has been jailed for 12 years for rape and a number of sex offences against children.
Paul Wells from High Street, Beckley was found guilty by a unanimous jury at Oxford Crown Court in October. He was sentenced yesterday.
Wells had been found guilty of eight offences of sexual activity with a child, one count of rape of a female aged 15 and under and two counts of making indecent photographs of a child.
He will be on the Sex Offenders register for life.
The offences took place in Oxfordshire between 2011 and 2013 and involved two girls aged under 16.
Detective Constable Kelly Gilbert of the Child Abuse Investigation Unit said: “I am so pleased with the outcome of this trial. Finally, Wells is where he belongs and the girls in this case can try to move forward with their lives”.
The family of 27-year-old motorcyclist Michael Dix, who was killed in an 3-vehicle accident in Oxfordshire, have paid tribute to him.Read the full story ›
Thames Valley Police have renewed their appeal to find a person who assaulted two girls aged six at the Legoland theme park in Windsor.Read the full story ›
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Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following a fatal road accident on the A404 near Burchetts Green, Maidenhead.
A 26- year-old man collided with a black Audi A3 which had been travelling on the northbound carriageway around 2am. The pedestrian died at the scene.
Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
Drivers are being warned of more difficult driving conditions as winter approaches.
This follows a collision on the M40 in Oxfordshire yesterday involving four cars.
Thames Valley Police closed all lanes of the southbound carriageway while emergency services worked to clear the road and attend to the casualties.
Fire and Rescue Incident Commander, John Callaway, from Banbury said, “This was a high speed collision on a fast road, it is remarkable that nobody lost their life.
This is the second serious multiple vehicle collision that has happened on the M40 in Oxfordshire over the last two days and the seventh road traffic collision that Banbury have attended in under a week.
With the onset of winter and more difficult driving conditions, I urge drivers to allow more time for their journey and adjust their driving accordingly, taking into account weather conditions.”
More than 150 people have attended the funeral of an unidentified stillborn baby whose body was found on a footpath in Oxford.Read the full story ›
Around a hundred people have gathered for the funeral of a stillborn baby girl who was found on a footpath in Oxford.
She was discovered by a member of public in February, but despite numerous appeals over the past eight months for the unidentified mother to come forward, Thames Valley Police have not been able to trace her.
The last appeal by a police officer was an emotional one, just one week ago - for someone to claim the child who investigating officers have named 'Raihana'.
and invited members of the public to pay their respects as she was buried at Wolvercote Cemetery this afternoon. Detectives say their 'door is still open' to the baby's mother, if she wants to come forward.