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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Tues 15th June 2021

Alert message sent 15/06/2021 11:39:00

Information sent on behalf of Surrey Police

What should you do if you fall into the water?

First, keep your mouth away from the water until you have your breathing back under control, you can do this by rolling onto your back and floating or paddling to stay at the surface.

Then, don’t waste any time and swim towards an exit before your muscles start to cool, or swim towards something that will help you to stay afloat whilst you are calling for help.

Finally, once you are out of the water re-warm yourself as soon as you can to avoid hypothermia.
Action Fraud
Alert: We are aware of a scam circulating where criminals are contacting victims claiming to be from Action Fraud. If you get a call from someone claiming to be from Action Fraud, hang up immediately. If you receive a suspicious email, report it to:

You can contact us directly by calling 0300 123 2040 to confirm whether the call or email was genuine. Action Fraud will never contact you to ask for your bank account details or to verify your PIN number. If you have handed over these details, call your bank immediately.
A divisional response Sergeant spotted this Golf being driven at over 120mph down the A3
We caught up with the driver as it left the A3 at Milford
The driver has an expired licence and tested positive for cannabis on @drugwipeuk
Driver nicked, vehicle seized.
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We are appealing for witnesses after a paramedic was subjected to a racially-aggravated verbal assault and threatened on duty in Walton. Paramedics attempted to treat the man, but he was reluctant to disclose his medical information. He and his friend then swore at the paramedic trying to treat them. He also used racially abusive language and threatened to kill her.
If you are targeted because of your race or perceived race, religion or perceived religion, sexual orientation or perceived sexual orientation, disability or perceived disability or because you are transgender or perceived to be transgender, please do not hesitate to report it to us. There is more about hate crime and hate incidents here.
Don’t leave ladders outside or, if you have no alternative and have to, chain them up.
Double-lock it, secure it and lock the lot! Double locking is the best protection for locking any bike.
Early last Friday morning North Leatherhead officers witnessed a driver lose control of his vehicle on a bend on Warren Ln breath test procedures resulted in subsequent arrest and charge to court.
Burglary Alert : Thursday 10th June 1100 - 1200 two men gained access to a house(s) in Capel posing as heating engineers!! Under Investigation. Always remember "if in doubt, keep them out": remember that genuine callers won’t mind checks.
It’s important to always keep an eye out for scams - they can and do affect anyone. Take a look at our advice pages below for more information and support.

If you think someone might be trying to scam you, it’s important to act straight away. If you need further advice and support you can call the Citizens Advice consumer service on 0808 223 1133

Read our advice pages for more information:

Check if something might be a scam

Check if you can get your money back after a scam

What to do if you've been scammed

Report a scam

Get emotional support if you've been scammed

Get help with online scams
Elderly victims of a ‘boiler room’ investment fraud who were groomed and scammed of a total of over £800,000 have received compensation after confiscation orders were obtained against seven of the conmen involved.
More than £300,000 in compensation has been obtained as a result of the confiscation orders, and this will be shared on a pro rata basis amongst the 24 victims from across the country who were duped by the scam.
The final confiscation order was obtained at Kingston Crown Court on 2 June, concluding an eight-year investigation.
The fraud first came to light in 2013 after one of the victims, a woman in her 80s from #Woking, asked her bank manager to help her transfer £100,000 to the fraudsters. The bank manager became suspicious and contacted police, which triggered an investigation into an organised crime group running an elaborate and sophisticated scam.
Read the full story here:
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Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)
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