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Alert message sent 08/03/2018 15:42:00

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  • FRAUD ALERT - An elderly resident received a call from a male stating he was with Hammersmith Police - DC RONALD PARKER. He advised that they had arrested two people in possession of a stolen credit card. He then tried to obtain account details.
    Never give away your confidential bank details over the phone and remember to report any suspicious calls to the police.


  • Be aware that there have been several overnight thefts in the early hours from vans and cars in Franklands Drive, Bleriot Avenue and Rowtown area.
    Description of a suspicious male who may connect: white, early 30's, wearing a hat with flaps over ears. Carrying a rucksack with two reflective strips on the straps, light coloured trousers, also carrying a cool bag which has words on it.
    Please empty your vehicles of valuables and especially professional tools when they are left parked uparked up.  


  • Last night we had a report of a male exposing himself on on St Jude's Road, Englefield Green at about half past nine last night (7th March). Did you see anything or do you have any information?
    SUSPECT: male, 18-30, build stocky, medium to dark hair colour short in length, wearing blue jeans and had a thick belt and a big buckle. May have been wearing a hoodie.
    May have had a white or silver bike possibly with blue or red logo....


  • The North Runnymede SNT Team and Inspector Pinkerton were pleased to attend the meeting between Egham and Englefield Green residents and Royal Holloway management and students yesterday evening (7th March).
    Key points: The ongoing aim of the university is to house students in purpose built accommodation. At the same time, the Student Union are working to improve the standard of existing private landlord provision. Royal Holloway are not connected with or responsible for various speculative student accommodation builds in Egham.  Royal Holloway are trying to make the gate at Spring Rise as quiet to operate as possible.  Feedback to Residents Associations takes place but discussions are under way to make it better.
    The possibility of a Controlled Parking Zone is still under consideration but it is complex and if it proceeds it will require a lot of consultation and development to design a practicable solution.  Royal Holloway will help to get a working group set up to discuss how consultation in relation to parking might be managed.  Local Councillors will lead the working group and the aim is for local people to be fully involved.
    Litter in Spring Rise and the surrounding streets will be referred to the Council for possible enforcement action.  The Police and Council Environmental Health are conducting regular night time noise patrols for noisy parties.  This is supported by Royal Holloway who will take disciplinary action where appropriate.
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Carolyn Anstey (Surrey Police, Office Manager, Runnymede)

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