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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin 11th May 2021

Alert message sent 11/05/2021 11:48:00

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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin 11th May 2021
 
 
 
Theft of purse from handbag #Leatherhead / cards later used at ATM. Don’t let them pocket it follow our tips and always cover your PIN when paying for shopping and strap on some purse bells !! http://orlo.uk/TLlZ0
 
 
 
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Intruder on farm Temple Ln #Capel Sun 09/05 6.40pm tried to start truck left when confronted. When not in use, all vehicles / plant machinery should have their ignition keys removed / where possible, their immobilisers or anti-theft devices activated. http://orlo.uk/79sO5
 
 
 
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Items stolen from shed on allotment #Dorking - regularly check security, consider a battery-operated shed alarm. They look low key but they respond to movement or door contact with an extremely loud siren. Paint larger items with postcode. http://orlo.uk/upxqH
 
 
 
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The use of air rifles within your area.

Regardless of whether somebody is injured or property is damaged, the use of an air rifle beyond an individual’s premises is illegal and is can result in arrest. 

To break it down:

If an individual has an air rifle within their own premises and uses that air rifle to fire a projectile beyond the boundary of their own premises, then they have committed an offence contrary to Section 21A of the Firearms Act 1968.  


In an extreme circumstance this could result in a £1000 fine.

PC Ewan Keen (41539)
 
 
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Make sure that you have up-to-date contents and buildings insurance – and remember, most insurance policies only cover burglary claims on an unoccupied home if there are signs of forced entry, so double-check all doors and windows are closed and locked
 
http://orlo.uk/ndE3r
 
 
 
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Theft of catalytic converter from Honda CRV 6th May #Mickleham ! Seen a car jacked up and someone lying under it?. Heard the sound of metal being cut? Call 999.
 
 
 
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Research has shown that people who identify as LGBTQ+ may be more susceptible to mental health problems due to a range of factors, including stigma, discrimination and inequality.
 
 
 
If you are struggling with your sexuality or mental health please speak to someone about it. If you don’t feel comfortable talking to your family, friends or loved ones, there are some great charities and helplines that can offer support:
 
ride in Surrey are here to help. You can reach out to them by simply texting TALK to 88440 – they will listen to you and connect you with the support you need >
 
 
http://orlo.uk/MOV5i
 
 
MindOut are another brilliant organisation, run by and for members of the LGBTQ+ community.
 
 
Check out their website for details on how they can support you > http://orlo.uk/SP3AF
#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek
 
 
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Sign up to join the renewed parish Community Speedwatch Team. We have sites agreed in both Charlwood and Hookwood where Speedwatch can be carried out.
 
 
https://www.facebook.com/CharlwoodPC
 
 
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Roads Policing Unit (RPU) @SurreyRoadCops
 
Driver in #Dorking failed to see our brightly marked Police Car as he drove passed us on his mobile phone. Ticket issued.
 
 
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As tempting as it might be to publicise your newfound freedom on social media - if burglars can see you're away then this might only tempt them to act
 
http://orlo.uk/KG2QM
 
 
 
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Burglars target windows as they can offer easier access than doors. Check how your windows look from the outside, removing potential access points where you can.
Are there walls, bins or garden furniture that could be used to reach windows?
 
http://orlo.uk/fk43C
 
 
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Message sent by
Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)

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