Members of a golf club have been left frightened after a break-in before Christmas saw hundreds of pounds of equipment stolen.

Mark Grieve, 58, general manager of Huntswood Golf Club reported a break-in at the club between December 8 and 9, but claims the perpetrator is still in the area.

He has said clubgoers and staff have been left "uneasy" after the fence was broken down and the machine shed was broken into.

Despite reporting the incident to police and claiming to have seen a suspicious van frequenting the club, Mark says nothing has been done.

"Someone drove through the fence between midnight and 3am. It is very frightening. Something needs to be done," Mark said.

"Sometimes I have some ladies locking up the clubhouse at night. It is pitch black down here. They are very uneasy about it."

A leaf blower, hedge cutter and golf equipment were amongst the items stolen, equating to over £800 of items.

A Thames Valley Police spokesperson said: "We are appealing for witnesses to a burglary, which occurred at the Huntswood Golf Club, Common Road, Taplow, between December 8 and 9, 2023.

"Offenders have broken into out-buildings, by cutting a padlock, gaining entry into machinery sheds.

"Anybody with any information is urged to contact Thames Valley Police on 101, quoting reference 43230551933.

"If there is suspicious activity or a crime in action, we would advise the public to contact TVP on 999."