SUSPICIOUS calls and visits from men asking for bank cards in Pangbourne has led police in West Berkshire to issue a warning.

The first happened on Monday, August 3, in Stanbrook Close, Bradfield Southend.

The victim received a call from a man who claimed to be from NatWest bank, and was told to go to the Reading branch to hand over their bank cards.

They were told that someone could come to collect the cards, but the victim said no.

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Another man then came to the victim's door while they were on the phone, also claiming to be from the bank.

The male at the door was also trying to get the pin number of the cards, which the victim refused to give.

This happened at 1.19pm.

The suspect is described as being a black male in his 20s, wearing a Covid-style mask with hair covered and wearing a Hi-Viz.

The next day, another member of the public was targeted in Sycamore Court.

The victim got a call stating her bank cards were out of date, and that 'Simon' would be bringing new cards.

A man, described as a black male, 5ft 4, slim build, in his late teens or early 20s and wearing a black bicycle helmet, black top and black trousers, arrived at the door.

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He gave the victim an envelope which contained Lyca mobile cards.

The victim saw a small white car with a black roof drive away.

Police are asking anyone with any information to contact them on 101.