POLICE have appealed for witnesses after a robbery, assault and thefts across Oxfordshire this week. 

Thames Valley Police have released four CCTV images of people who might have 'vital information'. 

If you know these people, call the force on 101 quoting the reference numbers below.

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  1. Robbery in Summertown 

On Monday, investigators urged anybody who recognised these men, pictured above, to get in touch after a robbery in Summertown.

At around 3.40pm on August 1, two people broke into a shop on Banbury Road and threatened a member of staff, demanding money. 

They took a large number of phones on display before making a getaway - leaving the staff unharmed. 

Read more about it here. 

  • Use the reference 43200236989.

2. Shoplifters target department store 

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Brazen thieves walked off with perfumes worth £1,300 in their bags after a shoplifting spree in Debenhams. 

It happened between 2.50pm and 2.55pm on August 15 at the shop on Magdalen Street. 

Read more about it here. 

  • Use the reference 432000255020

3. Thieves take pensioners bank card in Oxford 

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Thieves targeted an elderly woman when she was using a cash point in Oxford

The woman, who is 89, was using the ATM at the Sainsbury's Local on Banbury Road at 4.32pm on September 17 when a man started speaking to her. 

When she turned around, a second man took the bank card from the machine.

The card was then used in a pharmacy on Banbury Road and the ATM at the Lloyds Bank.

Read more about it here. 

  • Use the reference 43200292732

4. Man struck over the head at Sainsbury's queue 

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Police are looking for a man who repeatedly hit somebody over the head at Sainsbury’s.

At around 8.45pm on October 22, a man in his 20s got into an argument with another man in the queue at the supermarket on Park End Street.

He was struck over the head several times before he left the shop.

Read more about it here. 

  • Use the reference 43200338308.