Several tractors have been stolen across Oxfordshire causing police to patrol parts of the county.

During the patrol, officers stopped a horse box due to not having a rear number plate.

Checks showed it was all in order with advice given on number plates, registering the box and handing "stop me after 10pm" stickers.

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Officers also attended a report of a burglary where several tractors had been stolen in the Thame area.

A vehicle near Bicester that has links to a man wanted by Avon and Somerset for the theft of a caravan was also stopped.

The man was arrested after joint from Thames Valley Police's rural crime taskforce and road policing team.