Last calls in Oxfordshire from Thames Valley Police

The death of a biker and the assault of a teenager are among the appeals released by Thames Valley Police this week.

At around 5.20pm on Sunday July 3, a black and green Kawasaki motorbike hit the crash barrier on the Oxford-bound carriageway of A4260 Frieze Way, Kidlington.

Despite first aid, the 31-year-old died at the scene.

His next of kin have been informed and are being cared for by a specially trained family liaison officer.

Reference number: 43220292035

REREAD: Biker dies after crashing into barrier

Attack of a teenager

At around 4pm on June 17, a teenager was walking with a group of friends in Grays Road, Henley, when men were told to stop staring at a girl inappropriately.

The men punched the teenager in the face, knocking out his front teeth.

The victim required dental treatment following the incident.

Reference number: 43220266050

REREAD: Men knock out teenager’s teeth after he tells them to stop staring at a girl ‘inappropriately’

tree crash

At around 7.55pm on July 2, a black BMW M4 rolled off the A418 at Tiddington and crashed into a tree.

The driver of the car, a man in his twenties, was slightly injured and taken to hospital.

Three other people in the car were not injured.

READ: BMW driver hospitalized after crashing into tree

Contact the police on 101 or report online.

This story was written by Liam Rice, he joined the team in 2019 as a multimedia reporter.

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