Oxford Investigates Two Vehicle Thefts
Published: November 10th, 2009
By: Tyler Murphy

OXFORD – Lock your car doors and don’t leave valuables inside – that’s the advice of Oxford Police after investigating two stolen vehicle crimes recently.

“Remove all valuables from sight, including GPS units, that are mounted to the windshield or dashboard,” said Oxford Police Chief Richard Nolan.

On Friday, police located a stolen pick-up truck, allegedly taken from Madison County, behind the Oxford Quickway. The vehicle had apparently been dumped there by the thief, said Nolan.

In an unrelated incident Monday, Oxford Police and New York State Troopers investigated a report of a stolen 1998 Honda Civic that was taken from a residence along Greene Street in the Village of Oxford.

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