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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Tues 29th June 2021

Alert message sent 29/06/2021 12:23:00

Information sent on behalf of Surrey Police

Roads policing unit over the weekend tracked a recently stolen vehicle, we located it and many other stolen vehicles in chop shop in Dorking. Vehicles seized for examinations and enquiries continue. Great teamwork with Proactive, NPT and out control room colleagues.
See attached photo:
Cold call to Bookham resident claiming to be from cavity wall insulation company - said they would visit : Look out for those around you who are vulnerable and could fall victim to rogue traders or scams – tips: &
Remember these three pointers:
Say NO to doorstep callers.

If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.

Unsolicited phone calls - it's not impolite, it's your right to hang up.
Busy weekend for the #SPCasualtyReduction officers across the division
On Thursday we were out in Reigate and Banstead Epsom and Ewell and Tandridge conducting speed enforcement at relevant locations such as Fir Tree Road, Longdown Lane, London road south and the A25 Nutfield / Bletchingley
Several drivers dealt with for excessive speed, one driver reported for summons for an offence of 65 mph in a 30 limit - this is extremely dangerous and could result in death or serious injury
A short time later a motorcyclist was arrested for speeding, driving whilst over the prescribed limit for drugs and possession of controlled substance
Both these drivers now face a long wait to find out if they can keep their licences
Friday night we were out in Epsom again at Chessington Road - several speeding tickets issued and one driver arrested and charged with drink drive offence
Saturday night we patrolled Mole Valley and Epsom and then conducted static enforcement at
Longmead Road - one driver in custody for drug driving and now faces a long wait to find out if they keep their licence
Think! Drive to the conditions, don’t use drugs and certainly don’t get behind the wheel after using drugs or consuming alcohol - it could cost you your licence, your job or someone their life!
This week we are supporting a Europol EMPACT (European Multidisciplinary Platform Against Criminal Threats) in tackling child trafficking across the UK and in Surrey.
The focus of the week will be on identifying areas where operational activity or intelligence can be made valuable in understanding the threat and improving the safeguarding of underage potential victims of Child Trafficking and modern slavery.
If you suspect a child may be trafficked, contact the Modern Slavery Helpline confidentially on 08000 121 700, report it to us online or call us on 101 at any time.
Surrey Police have joined forces with Crimestoppers and Toyota to raise awareness of catalytic converter theft in Surrey.
From Monday 28 June to Wednesday 30 June, the Crimestoppers-funded digital ad van will be travelling across the county, displaying crime prevention material and a video of a catalytic converter theft in action.
You can see the Crimestoppers van on Tuesday and Wednesday at the following locations:
Tuesday 29 June
9am-12pm – Sainsbury’s, Cobham
12.30pm-3pm – Tesco, Addlestone
3.30pm-6pm – Tesco, Stanwell
Wednesday 30 June
9am-12pm - Epsom High Street
12.30pm-3pm – Asda, Burgh Heath
3.30pm-6pm – Tesco, Caterham-on-the-Hill
So how do you spot catalytic converter theft?
• Have you seen a car jacked up with more than one wheel off the ground, either in a car park or at the side of the road?
• Is there someone lying underneath it?
• Can you hear the sound of metal being cut using some kind of tool?
This is unlikely to be genuine vehicle maintenance. Catalytic converter thefts can happen in less than 60 seconds, so if you see it, please report it. Thieves are known to be violent, so do not approach them, but call 999.
Shed break over the w/e Harriotts Ln Ashtead under investigation. Research has shown that the average shed contents are valued between £1,500 and £5,000, making sheds easy pickings if insecure. Shed security can be improved with a few simple measures:
Wi-Fi doorbell camera system alerted Chart Downs Dorking resident to suspicious man in garden - no offences disclosed but we will be making enquiries to find out what he was up to - read more on key security features for gardens :
Courier fraud under investigation in Dorking No bank or other legitimate service will ever ask you for your PIN. Sadly, the most common victims of courier fraud are the elderly #communitymatters read more / please share
Message sent by
Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)
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