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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Thurs 5th August 2021

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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Thurs 5th August 2021
Man arrested on suspicion of theft in Dorking area - vehicle involved a moped which has been recovered from residential address – enquiries continue. It is advised that the motorcycles & scooters are locked, chained and covered to make them harder to steal.
Roads Policing Unit (RPU) - Surrey Police -
Fitting one of these ‘jamming’ devices is pointless - unless you prefer being in jail… Our speed detection devices notify the operator when the signal is being interfered with, so easy to spot.
Re: Driver, 64, is jailed for eight months after police caught him using laser jammer on his S-class Mercedes to beat speed traps
CrimeStoppers social media campaign focuses on wildlife crime, environmental crime and theft, all of which affect rural communities. 
Rural communities are often aware of criminal activity that is happening - we’re here to help anyone with information speak up, 100% anonymously.
Driver of lorry stopped on A24 between Dorking and Leatherhead Tues 3rd Aug arrested / charged for drink driving - Think! #FatalFive you could be imprisoned, banned from driving and face a fine if you’re found guilty of drink-driving.
Theft of catalytic converter from Honda Jazz 03/08 1300 - 1500 Church Rd Leatherhead - We still have some free catalytic converter kits for Mole Valley residents while stocks last - please -email details to
Garages have been graffiti-ed in Cannon Grove Fetcham @MoleValleyDC aware –
Safeguard your property
Please keep sharing: it’s still happening - yesterday in Ashtead "Your bank or the police will never call you to ask you to verify your personal details or PIN by phone or offer to pick up your card by courier." Hang up if you get a call like this!
Don’t leave your keys in the hallway near the front door as fishing for vehicle keys through the letterbox is a prominent method of stealing them. Grabbing the signal will be easier for the thieves if the keys are near the front door.
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Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)

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