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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Friday 7th May 2021

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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Friday 7th May 2021
Country Watch Alert: This quad bike stolen from out-building Mon 3rd May 20:00 - Tues 4th May 08:00 Cudworth Ln #Newdigate Call or message us with any info' that may help enquiry or to remain anon via @CrimestoppersUK 0800 555 111 Ref 45210045660
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Theft of catalytic converter overnight Tower Hill #Dorking . If you see a car being jacked up and the sound of metal being cut - it could be a catalytic converter theft - call 999 We’d rather hear about it & decide if it is a theft occurring - thanks.
Country Watch Alert: Police Ref P21094219 05/05/21 15:46 Cudworth Lane #Newdigate / vicinity local area Red Land Rover Disco' R468UTH seen driving up and down slowly and looking into drives and gardens - please remain vigilant : any issues 101 or 999
If you have any issues signing up for Trading Standards event below people can email our partners there to book a space, :

Event by Buckinghamshire & Surrey Trading Standards

Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 10:30 AM UTC+01 – 12 PM UTC+01
Price: Free · Duration: 1 hr 30 min
Public  · Anyone on or off Facebook
Click the eventbrite link to sign up!
The “Friends against Scams” course raises awareness of scams and what to look out for and is aimed at anyone who would like to learn more about scams and how to deal with the different ones operating. After the course you will be recognised as a “friend” of the scheme and will be encouraged to talk to your friends and family about it, to help others become more scam aware

Why shouldn't you use "Casserole" as a password?
Because it is not "Stronganoff!".
(For much better advice on choosing secure passwords, and keeping them secure, visit from Cyber Aware from the National Cyber Security Centre )
The latest convictions for drink and drug-drivers caught in our Christmas
#DrinkDrivingCampaign are now in. 186 motorists were arrested during our crackdown which
ran from 1 December to 1 January. All those convicted of these offences will be named by us as a
Read more here >
John Deere Gator stolen vicinity #Coldharbour Dorking 5th May 1.45pm - remember the best security is a layered approach with the aim of making your property a less attractive target to thieves.
Don’t make a burglar’s job easier by leaving gardening tools lying around as these are often used to force entry into your home – a garden spade can do a lot of damage to a door or window in a short space of time.
Stolen vehicle spotted driving erratically at speed by officers in #Hookwood area early y'day (stolen plates on it) driver decamped (exited and ran off from vehicle) found in garden nearby and arrested on theft / drug related offences - enq's cont
What's the biggest number you can think of?
One million?
Five billion?
Or a forty foot high, bright pink, number 6?
When we are searching for your house in an emergency (often in the dark, or rain) having house numbers that are clearly visible from the road can help us get to you quicker.
To be honest, a 40ft high bright pink number 6 might be a bit over the top (to say nothing of the complaints from the neighbours, and the need for planning permission!). But next time you wander outside of your house at night, take a look and see how visible your house number is from the road... it could save us precious seconds the next time you need us!
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Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)
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