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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin (+ Rural Round Up East Surrey)

Fri 16th Feb 2018

Water company officials do not need to access your home to test water pressure or repair a leak!

Spotting bogus officials



Tillingdown Lane Caterham 08/02 16:00 - 09/02 08:00

The farm metal security shed has been broken into chainsaws and angle grinder stolen.


Pets Domesticated Animals

Cogmans Lane Smallfield 09/02 15.15

White lurcher dog was in field with two unknown men attacked one lamb. Under investigation.


Flanchford Rd Reigate 09/02 11:30 – 11.45

Theft of 3 iron chairs from a garden. Under investigation.

Rectory Lane Betchworth 15/02 10:00 - 15/02 15:00


Unknown persons(s) has gained access to the garden by letting themselves in through the gate. They have taken some car batteries some wheels and some mechanical tools stored there.


Reigate Road Betchworth 14/02 07:00


Vehicle broken into overnight and tools stolen. Always lock your vehicle – thieves are very quick and opportunistic. Don’t risk losing your stuff – a few extra precautions can make a real difference -


Criminal Damage

Wolvens Lane Dorking 01/02 15:00 - 12/02 15:00

Fencing, land, trees and other items damaged in an attempt to gain entry to field in order to joy ride. Please call PCSO 8761 Sadler via 101 with any similar issues / problems on your land.

Drunk /Drug in Charge

A24 Givons Grove 10/02 04:02

Man made off from officers after being seen standing in carriageway - on suspicion of drunk driving – helicopter and police dogs helped locate him –arrested and charged.


How to protect yourself, or someone you love from courier fraud

  • Don’t give personal details, bank cards, or money to someone you don’t know.
  • If you’re asked to call someone back, hang up and wait 5 minutes before calling back or use a mobile phone
  • Stickers from the Trading Standards fraud sticker pack can be put on telephones, cheque books and computers as a reminder not to give out details. You can pop in to your local police front counter to collect one or request one from Citizens Advice consumer helpline on 03454 04 05 06
  • trueCall provide hardware that can block unwanted telephone calls including nuisance and scam calls.
  • Registering with the Telephone Preference Service can reduce the number of unwanted calls you receive. Registration is completely free. Call them on 0345 070 0707.
  • Registering with the Mail Preference Service can reduce the quantity of unsolicited mail you receive. Registration is free of charge.
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Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)

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