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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Weds 28th Feb 2018

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Surrey Police

Can you help us charge 4 suspected burglars?

We arrested four men last night with a load of jewellery that we think might not belong to them. If you’ve been burgled recently – especially in the Elmbridge area - do you recognise any of these pieces? If you do please call us urgently on 101 and quote reference 45180019896.

And if you don't recognise any of it - but you think you know someone who might - please share it on!


Thanks for all your help

And if you don't recognise any of it - but you think you know someone who might - please share it on!
Thanks for all your help

 

Suspicious Activity

Refs P18043749 / P18043914

Two men arrived at yard in Lodge Lane South Holmwood on 23rd Feb in a Silver Peugeot KP09EBF basically with a tale that they were trying to get rid of a load of tarmac from a road laying machine which needed emptying before it could be fixed. Suspected they may be checking the location out for future crime – please remain vigilant and keep an eye out for this vehicle on your land.

There was another report of these two snooping around from Snower Hill Road Gadbrook as well on the 23rd Feb - descriptions –

MAN 1 - DRIVER - WHITE MALE - AGE AROUND 30 TO 35 - F510 - MEDIUM BUILD - STUBBLE BEARD SHORT - SHORT DARK HAIR – FLUORESCENT  YELLOW WAISTCOAT WITH LOTS OF POCKETS
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MALE 2 - WHITE MALE - OLDER AGE AROUND 40 - F600 SAT IN VEHICLE - SLIMMER BUILD - FLUORESCENT YELLOW WAISTCOAT

Ref P18045589

Man seen in combat clothing snooping around driveway looking at CCTV camera and then later walking towards a farm and back again in Moorhurst Lane Beare Green on 25th Feb. it is believed the man was with another man in a BMW with a reg’ like S33YEL

https://surrey.police.uk/contact-us/

Scam

Man came to the door of a house in Goodwyns Rd on 24th Feb pretending to be a plumber saying there was a problem with the hot water! The man was sent on his way –there were no problems!

DESC OF MAN
WHITE  / APPROX 40-50 / APPROX 6FT / SLENDER BUILD / WEARING ALL BLACK WITH FLEECE ON TOP HALF WHICH HAD COMPANY LOGO BEGINING WITH "HM" IN PURPLE WRITING

https://surrey.police.uk/advice/protect-yourself-and-others/doorstep-crime/

 

Sheep Worrying

This is under investigation by APT officers where dogs have been off the lead and caused one sheep to fall into a pond and another to fall into a ditch on its back.

Chasing by dogs can do serious damage to sheep, even if the dog doesn’t catch them. The stress of worrying by dogs can cause sheep to die and pregnant ewes to miscarry their lambs. Respect - Protect - Enjoy https://www.gov.uk/…/the-countryside-c…/the-countryside-code

 

Fraud

Suspects have called to local resident in Ashtead claiming to be from the bank saying that amounts of money have been taken from an account that would not show on normal bank statements – then asking for money to be moved to another account – SCAM!

This is a repeat problem across Surrey that primarily targets vulnerable people within the community. It consists of a telephone call being made by someone pretending to be from the police or bank, asking the victim for personal details such as card details or for them to withdraw cash, then a courier being sent to collect either cash or card from the victim. https://surrey.police.uk/advice/protect-yourself-and-others/fraud/

 

E-Mail

Examples of email scams include:

Emails offering financial, physical or emotional benefits, which are in reality linked to a wide variety of frauds.

These include emails posing as being from ‘trusted’ sources such as your bank, HMRC or anywhere else that you have an online account. They ask you to click on a link and then disclose personal information.

Use email safely

Do not open emails which you suspect as being scams.

Do not forward emails which you suspect as being scams.

Do not open attachments from unknown sources.

If in doubt, contact the person or organisation the email claims to have been sent by ... better safe than sorry.

https://www.getsafeonline.org/protecting-your-computer/spam-and-scam-email/

 

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Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)

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