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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Tues 10th August 2021

Alert message sent 10/08/2021 10:00:00

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Chief Constable Gavin Stephens provides an update on progress against Surrey Police's 2020-2025 Commitments.
Special Constables attended a collision in Ashtead over the weekend -  
Aug 6 . Responded to an RTC (Road Traffic Collision) Farm Lane Ashtead, the driver of this very expensive Mercedes vehicle ran away immediately after the accident leaving the van, with young family who were in the van in shock, they luckily are all ok. Enquiries continue …. #6601
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#RuralCrimeWeek Never leave your keys in the ignition, even if you only briefly leave your ATV/Quad bike unattended, and don’t be an easy target for opportunity theft
More than 100 people have been arrested during a three-day operation to tackle cross-border offending.
Officers from Surrey, Thames Valley, Hertfordshire, Essex and the Metropolitan Police were involved in the three-day initiative, known as ‘Operation Pandilla’.
CCTV showed men on driveway for no apparent reason Wheelers Ln Brockham Sunday afternoon - checks revealed no crime but always worth making sure CCTV regularly maintained and cleaned for good images and if you have them alarms are set - tips:
Members of the public in Mole Valley do call us do call us and raise concerns over what may be modern slavery - The signs aren’t always obvious but there are some that you may notice:
Protect your pooch in Mole Valley : Never leave your dog unattended in a car – especially on warm days – as it is not just dangerous for their health but allows them to be easily targeted by thieves.
What type of behaviour or activity could be considered suspicious? Well , have you noticed someone buying large amounts of chemicals or gas cylinders for no reason?
Receiving parking tickets/fines for a vehicle you've sold, never owned or which you do own but you know it wasn't your vehicle?
Cloning involves the copying of the identity of a similar (non-stolen) vehicle already on the road. Criminals find an exact match of the car they have stolen and copy the identity of the legitimate vehicle. This makes the vehicle they have stolen look legal based on false number plates being fitted. Unfortunately, it is up to you as the registered keeper to satisfy the issuer of the ticket that it was not you or your vehicle at the time and place where the alleged offence occurred.
Report the matter to your local police via the non-emergency 101 number or via
Additional suggestions:
You could consider taking a photograph of the rear of your vehicle that may show that it was not your car. There will be differences between your car and the cloned one.

Legally manufactured number plates must have the details of the manufacturer on them so that may also be a way of distinguishing the vehicles, providing the photograph is of a high enough quality.

Can you prove your vehicle wasn't in the location at the time of the offence e.g. if you park your car in a car park whilst at work the operator may have CCTV evidence to prove that your car was there at the time of the alleged offence.
 Tell Surrey County Council Highways about issues with trees and roads here:,-hedge,-grass-or-weed-issue
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Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)
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