Three 'high value' paintings have been stolen from an art gallery in Oxford.
Thames Valley Police say the thieves broke into the Christ Church Picture Gallery in St Aldates at around 11pm on Saturday 14th March.
The stolen pieces date back to the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. They artworks were:
Salvator Rosa, 'A Rocky Coast, with Soldiers Studying a Plan,' late 1640s.
Antony Van Dyck, 'A Soldier on Horseback,' c. 1616
Annibale Carracci, 'A Boy Drinking,' c. 1580