HERE are the crimes police have appealed for your help in solving over the past 24 hours.​

If you have any information relating to the crimes, contact the force on 101.

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With that, comes an appeal for witnesses after a fatal crash in Ascot and conmen exploiting vulnerable residents with fake coronavirus test kits.

  1. Motorcyclist killed after colliding into a tree

On Wednesday, March 25, a motorcyclist was riding along the A329 on London Road, Sunninghill.

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The rider died after his blue Suzuki crashed into a tree. Police are appealing to anyone with dash-cam footage who could help

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2.Teenager has cash stolen from him in Ascot - police appealing for witnesses

At about 6.50pm on Saturday, March 7, the victim, a 17 year-old boy, was walking along Mill Ride when he was approached by the offender.

The offender demanded cash from the victim, and that he showed the contents of his wallet.

The victim complied and the suspect took cash from the victim and walked off in the direction of Fernbank Road.

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3. Ascot burglary sees thieves ransack home and steal golden bracelet

At about 7.10pm in Cedar Drive, Sunningdale, Ascot on Thursday, March 5, burglars ransacked a home and stole a golden bracelet.

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4. Police warning after fraudsters knock on doors selling coronavirus test kits

Police have warned residents in Berkshire about a scam where residents are being offered Covid-19 tests to purchase.

It comes after a number of vulnerable residents were targeted in Windsor and Maidenhead.

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