Here are seven crimes which Thames Valley Police has appealed for help in solving this week.

1. A 65-year-old motorist needed hospital treatment after a shocking rush hour attack at a busy roundabout in Oxford.

Police say the attacker pulled up beside the man's car at the Heyford Hill roundabout at around 6.30pm on Wednesday.

The attacker then got out of his car and opened the victim's car door before throwing his paperwork over the road.

As the victim got out of the car to retrieve his paperwork, the attacker punched him in the face, causing him to fall to the floor.

2. A woman was pushed to the ground in Oxford city centre by a cyclist.

At around midnight on Sunday, February 10, a 47-year-old woman was walking on New Road in the direction of the Westgate Centre when a man cycled up behind her.

'Words were exchanged', police say, before the man pushed her over.

Police later released a CCTV image of a man who may have information.

3. A credit card, watch and bracelet were stolen from a Garsington home.

Thieves broke in via a ground floor window at the back of the Wheatley Road property sometime between 8am and 4.30pm on March 19.

4. A scooter worth thousands of pounds was stolen from a driveway in Headington.

The black Honda Forza 125 was stolen from a home in Gladstone Road between 7pm on Wednesday and 11am on Thursday.

5. A brawl at an Oxfordshire supermarket allegedly saw men fight each other with metal bars.

Police were called to the Banbury branch of Morrisons on March 21 after 'disorder' broke out amid the aisles.

Three men were arrested and released on bail pending further enquiries, according to Thames Valley Police's Banbury twitter account.

6. Police issued a warning to revellers to 'consider how to get home following a night out' and 'ensure their personal safety' after a woman was sexually assaulted in the early hours.

Thames Valley Police made the comment after a woman was subjected to two sexual assaults in Oxford on Monday.

7. A 14-year-old was taken to hospital with a serious eye injury after a fight at a Banbury park.

The incident happened at about 3.45pm last Saturday at Chandos Close park.

Two boys were fighting and during the scuffle one of them - a 14-year old - received a serious injury to his eye.

He was taken to the Horton General Hospital where he was treated for a fractured right eye socket, damage to teeth and bruising. He has since been discharged.

Police said the incident may have been filmed on mobile phones and asked for anybody with footage to come forward.