Vandals have thrown bricks through the windows of two homes on the same street in an Oxfordshire town as police launch two separate investigations.

Thames Valley Police received reports of criminal damage at two different addresses in Windrush Valley Road in Witney across the space of four days.

Both involved bricks being hurled through windows of homes on the street.

The force is not linking the incidents but said it is keeping an “open mind”.

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The first incident happened on Saturday, March 9 at around 9.55pm when a brick was thrown through a window.

Four days later on Wednesday, March 13, two men threw bricks with one going through a window at around 9.20pm.

One of the men was wearing a full grey tracksuit with a black stripe along the inner and outer of the leg with his hood up, police have said.

The other man was wearing a full navy tracksuit and had a mask over his face.

No one was injured in either incident, police have said.

Anyone with information about either incident should call 101 or make a report on the police’s website, quoting the reference number 43240111630 for the incident on March 9 and 43240118610 for the one on March 13.

Alternatively, provide information anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111 or via its website.