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- All the news, weather and sport from across the county on Monday 14 November
- Search for two people continues after Blenheim fire
- Murder hunt after man dies after being kicked off bike
- Oxford United in League One 'dogfight'
At about 19:20 on 5 November two men forced their way into a property in Burchester Avenue in Barton, police said.Copyright: Google
One threatened a man, who was in bed at the time, with a knife and demanded money before punching him.
The second man pushed over a woman and both left empty-handed. The residents received medical attention nut are not in a serious condition.
Det Sgt Wojciech Spyt said: "Our early indication is that this may have been a targeted incident."
Two bittern nests have been found at the Otmoor reserve, the first to be recorded in Oxfordshire in 150 years.Copyright: RSPB
The bittern, related to the heron, is a rare breeding species in the UK, nesting only in big, wet reedbeds.
David Wilding, RSPB site manager at Otmoor, said: “We are delighted to finally have bitterns breeding in Oxfordshire once again, and with the amazing habitats created at Otmoor we hope to hear bitterns booming here for years to come."
BBC Radio Oxford
The biggest ever crackdown on drivers who use mobile phones behind the wheel is being started today by police.
It's a fortnight after the lorry driver Tomasz Kroker was jailed for killing a woman and three children when he ploughed into their stationary car on the A34. Cab camera footage showed he was scrolling through music on his phone at the time.
The AA's Edmund King says enforcement is the best way to change driver thinking Special patrols will be targetting busy areas - and officers will be using unmarked cars to catch offenders.
Oxfordshire County Council has said traffic lights, barriers and signs that are being used as part of the Access to Headington improvement work have been moved a number of times in the middle of the night.
Engineers have been called out several times to find traffic lights tipped over or turned the wrong way round by the work area at the junction of Old Road and Roosevelt Drive, and Gipsy Lane and Warneford Lane.
County councillor David Nimmo Smith said: “Turning the lights round is worse than them not being on at all as it potentially gives drivers the wrong information and could lead to accidents.
“The vandalism seems to be happening late at night or possibly very early in the morning, but it only takes one car for there to be an accident.
“It needs to stop now and we are calling on anyone who has seen or know anything to let the police know. In the meantime we will investigate CCTV or extra security, but neither should be needed.”
A mannequin with its head down a toilet is spotted on an Oxfordshire roundabout.
A fire that gutted a derelict pub was arson, according to the police and fire service.
About 30 firefighters tackle the blaze, which started at about 23:30 on Saturday at the Jack Russell pub in Marston.Copyright: Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue
The pub closed three years ago, but residents have campaigned against it being turned into a housing development.
Ward councillor Mick Haines said: "I think it's disgusting, someone could've been seriously hurt. It's going to make our campaigning even harder."
Three people were injured after a car rolled over on a major motorway.
Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service was called to the incident between junctions 8A and junction 9 on the M40 on Sunday morning.Copyright: Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue
Three people were helped out of their car by other drivers, but all required medical assistance.
Fireman Pete Mackay said: "The occupants of the car were fortunate not to have suffered more serious injuries as the car had rolled completely over before coming to a halt on the hard shoulder.
"[I'd] like to remind all drivers of the need to take extra care on the roads as the weather changes and we move into autumn and winter."
New CCTV footage shows the moment that burglars stole £20,000 worth of bicycles from a shop in Carterton.
Seven bikes were taken from the store in Alverscot Road on 2 November at 20:35, and the CCTV images seem to show a white van being loaded up with the stolen goods.Copyright: TVP
PC Adam Clark has asked to speak to anyone who has been offered expensive bikes for face value or a reduced price since the theft.Copyright: TVP
Eagle-eyed reader Xuguang Liu took some stunning shot of the sunset around Bladon yesterday evening, and even caught last night's super moon casting it's light over Oxford Airport.Copyright: Xuguang LiuCopyright: Xuguang Liu
Tonight star gazers and all night ravers will be in for a treat. The moon will be closer to the earth than it has been since 1948, creating the phenomenon known as the supermoon.
Sky at Night presenter Chris Lintott spoke about astrological occurrence on BBC Radio Oxford.
Above, is a picture taken by Becca Collacott of the supermoon from Abingdon last night.
In the last few weeks we've had reports the Chinese tourist phenomenon in Kidlington has returned - and now we have photographic evidence.
Buses of foreign visitors arrived at the village on Saturday for no apparent reason and from this photo, sent in by a reader, it seems these tourists have a fascination with French compact cars from the mid-2000s.Copyright: BBC
BBC Radio Oxford
Here are the latest headlines from BBC Radio Oxford's breakfast show:
- Police are still searching for two people who have been missing since their cottage burnt down in Blenheim
- Police are investigating an arson attack at a derelict pub in Marston
- Demand for Oxfordshire's A&E departments has risen by nearly seven percent over the past year
Presenter, BBC Radio Oxford
Good morning, there's nothing particularly outlandish on the roads during Monday's rush hour there are a few snarl ups.
- The A44 southbound between Peartree roundabout to Wolvercote
- On the speed sensor there's heavy traffic on the M40 southbound between junction 8A and junction 6 to Watlington
- Just outside of Oxfordshire a collision on the M4 London-bound between junction 5 and the M25 is blocking two lanes
Good morning, it's certainly a cloudy start to the day but relatively mild compared with last week.
Some patchy rain will return this afternoon with temperatures reaching between 11C and 14C.
Hello one and all and welcome to another week of news around your neck of the woods. It's looking a little bit overcast out there this morning, but hopefully we can brighten up your day.
Don't forget to send your snaps for Oxfordshire's Big Picture, we'll be giving you a taster of what people have been capturing across the county.Copyright: Becca Collacott