There have been 2 recent reports of Vehicle Crime in the Derby Road area of Haslemere.
It would appear that these may part of an ongoing series which first appeared on the 22/01/18 in the Fieldway area of Haslemere.
03/02/2018 00:20 - 03/02/2018 00:28 Derby Road, Haslemere
Suspect(s) had entered a vehicle parked on a private driveway and removed a set of keys from the vehicle. There was then an attempt to open the front door of the main dwelling and the garage. The suspect(s) then left the scene.
Crime Ref. 45180013108
03/02/2018 18:03 Derby Road, Haslemere
Suspect(s) had entered three vehicles parked on a private driveway. A gate opener including cash was removed. The suspect(s) then left the scene.
Crime Ref. 45180012858
During hours of darkness, private motor vehicles in the Derby Road area had been entered and various personal items removed.
What are Police doing about it?
At risk are unattended and insecure vehicles. Police believe these to be random attacks and are appealing for any information.
House to house enquiries are ongoing to establish any positive lines of enquiry.
Police are urging residents to report anything suspicious at the time on 101 or 999 if there’s an emergency.
Your local officers have enhanced local rural patrol plans in this area.
How can the Public help?
The best way to protect your vehicle is to lock your car whenever you leave it and then check again.
Do not storing things in the vehicle take them with you?
Park in a well-lit area.
Did you hear or see anything? If you have any information the please contact Surrey Police on 101 quoting a Crime Ref. as above.
You can also contact CRIMESTOPPERS anonymously on 0800 555111.
Register you’re Property – on IMMMOBILISE, the national property register where you can record makes, models, serial numbers etc
Further Crime Prevention Advice can be found on the Surrey Police Web pages. https://www.surrey.police.uk/advice/
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Please report any crimes, incidents or concerns direct to our contact centre at the time by calling 101 (in a non-emergency) or 999 if there’s an emergency (where a crime is in progress or life is in danger). You can also report non-emergency matters on-line, via the Surrey Police website.