03:00AM, Tuesday 09 April 2013
Thieves have targeted HSBC in Maidenhead for the fourth time in six months.
Cables and parts of a heating system were stolen from the High Street bank between 5.45pm on Friday and 9.40am on Saturday after thieves gained access to the roof.
Lead was also stripped from the roof between January 4-7 as well as in October and December.
A police spokesman said: “Neighbourhood Watch officers are aware of the problem and will be keeping an eye out for any suspicious activities.”
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