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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Friday 26th Jan 2018

Alert message sent 26/01/2018 09:56:00

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Local businesses - two crimes in MoleValley PDQ's stolen / swopped - staff distracted - position your pdq machines in secure locations / use passwords - further advice call our crime reduction advisor via 101

https://www.cyberaware.gov.uk/protect-your-business

 

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Calls claiming to be from BT

There have been a number of reports where residents have had a call from a man claiming to be from BT saying he would fix their broadband issues if they were given access to their computer.  

Be wary of calls or emails you’re not expecting. Even if someone quotes your BT account number, you shouldn’t trust them with your personal information.

BT will never ask customers for personal information out of the blue and will never call from an ‘unknown’ number.

https://btplc.com/Inclusion/ProductsAndServices/Scams/index.htm?s_cid=con_FURL_scams

We encourage anyone who’s been scammed or the subject of an attempted scam to report it to Action Fraud – the UK’s national fraud and internet crime reporting centre. This helps law enforcement agencies build up a wider picture that may help protect others.  

https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/

Theft

Loose change and CD’s were stolen from a car in Broadhurst Ashtead.

Opportunist thieves are very quick - Always lock your vehicle and close the windows and sunroof - Remove all personal possessions - not just sat navs, laptops and mobile phones - but also loose change and clothing - Look after your car keys and keep them out of sight and secure, even when you are at home - Secure number plates with tamper proof or clutch head screws. https://surrey.police.uk/advice/protect-your-home-and-belongings/vehicle-crime/

Two burglars have been jailed following an arrest with the help from the public in Epsom.
 

Residents assisted police in arresting the men who were caught in the middle of a burglary. Property was recovered from Dean Crabb, 41 and Stuart Wilson 57 -which we are appealing for the public’s help again in finding the rightful owners.
The items include a collection of postcards, coins and Royal Doulton figurines.
On Monday 9, October 2017 officers attended reports of disruptive noise at an address in Worcester Park. In just 4 minutes, officers arrived and found Crabb and Wilson attempting to escape the property. With the help of the public, the men were arrested on suspicion of burglary. Crabb was arrested outside of the property, whilst Wilson was detained by the public before his arrest. On Tuesday 16, January the men appeared at Guildford Crown Court for sentencing having pleaded guilty.
 Crabb of Westbrook Road was jailed for 3 years and 4 months. Wilson of Whatley Avenue was jailed for 2 years and 10 months.

Sergeant Kerry Akehurst said:

“We would like to thank the public for their help in arresting these burglars. It’s great to see that the local community is supporting our fight against crime.
“We still need the public’s help-If anyone knows the rightful owners of these items, please call 101 quoting PR/45170111493.
“We would also like to remind the public to register their property (laptop, phones, bikes etc.) the free online service immobilise (www.immobilise.com) – this will increase the chances of getting it back if it’s stolen. For more information visit our burglary advice pages”

 

 

EndShe is very timid and nervous. Please do not chase her or try and catch her. If you can tempt her into an area from which she cannot escape that would be marvellous.

Contact numbers in the event she is in a secure location for collection. Normal working hours Monday - Friday 01306 879116. Outside office hours evenings & weekends 01372 376533

This girl has been moving over the MVDC border into Guildford BC area throughout the Christmas & New Year Period.

She is very timid and nervous. Please do not chase her or try and catch her. If you can tempt her into an area from which she cannot escape that would be marvellous.

Contact numbers in the event she is in a secure location for collection. Normal working hours Monday - Friday 01306 879116. Outside office hours evenings & weekends 01372 376533

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

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