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Following a Thames Valley Police investigation, a man has been charged in connection with thefts and other offences in Oxford.
John Joyce, aged 26, of Old Abingdon Road, Oxford, was charged with two counts of theft and one count each of failing to stop for police and careless driving on Wednesday (30/8).
The first theft charge relates to an incident in Botley on 16 May.
The second theft charge relates to an incident at Launton Road in Bicester on 15 August.
Charges relating to failing to stop for police and careless driving occurred on Weirs Lane in Oxford on Tuesday (29/8) at around 3.30pm.
Joyce was arrested and charged on Wednesday (30/8) but has since been bailed. He is due to appear at Oxford City Magistrates Court on the 14 September.
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