Tandridge NHW Newsletter Bulletin 12

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Tandridge Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter
Bulletin 12   June 6th – June 18th 2019
Dear Neighbourhood Watch Members
 We have, and are, upping the ante on our community engagement involvements, where we have direct meet and speak opportunities with many of you at public events.
 Local events, such as the Cowpie, and Blindley Heath shows, have found us there with some of our personnel.
 We will also be at such events as the Caterham Festival and the Edenbridge and Oxted Shows.
 Our volunteers have also been saddle security marking at a number of meetings with particular success.
Our Specialist Rural PCSO is also out and about meeting with representatives of our farming communities and was also at the recent Oxted show.
Your Safety Neighbourhood Community PCSO’s are holding Surgeries at local venues and these will be advertised on Social Media.
Now that the summer is here, and many of you will be parking your cars at these and other events; I would reiterate previous advice and ask you not to leave any valuables on show within the car.
 It is an invitation to smash your car window.

Dan Gutierrez

Tandridge Safer Neighbourhood Inspector
If your area is not referred to below it is because we have not been informed of the crime or it has not been affected by reported crime in the categories below. Feedback from you will help to achieve the most appropriate circulation of information.


Our Area Patrol Team and Safer Neighbourhood Team deal with a variety of incidents. Here are a few they dealt with over the last two weeks.
On June 7th after a road traffic collision in Nutfield a male was arrested for driving with no insurance, driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence and for providing a positive sample from a roadside test for cannabis.
On the same day after executing a warrant in Caterham, officers arrested a male on suspicion of possession of a Class A drugs and a firearm. Further investigations are continuing.

On June 14th after a road traffic collision in Caterham a male was arrested on suspicion of driving over the prescribed drink driving limit.

Officers were out and about on June 17th looking for a vehicle that  they knew had been up to no good when the police helicopter spotted it and followed it into Caterham. Three people decamped along Stanstead Road at the junction with Willey Lane. One male after jumping over fences was arrested and taken into custody for questioning.
The van had been stolen from Redhill and was on false plates. In the back was a stolen motorbike.
If you were around Stanstead Road, Willey Lane, Beech Grove, and down through Harestone Valley Road around 17:00 on 17th June 2019 and have dash cam footage or CCTV please contact us quoting Master Crime Ref 45190062649.

On June 18th in Warlingham a female was arrested after attempting to drive a car whilst under the influence of alcohol and subsequently failing to provide a roadside breath test or one whilst in custody.

Lingfield, Dormans Park, Felbridge, Copthorne and Shipley Bridge.

Burglary Residential including sheds and garages
Godstone Road, Lingfield. Around 12.00 June 11th a garage and a conservatory were broken into and a quantity of power tools and garden machinery were stolen (ref 45190061187).
Copthorne Road, Felbridge. Between 07.50 and 18.00 June 12th two sheds were broken into and a Honda lawnmower and two push bikes were stolen (ref 45190061360).
Hillcrest, Dormans Park. Between 18.30 June 17th and 12.00 June 18th a construction site was broken into and a quantity of construction tools stolen (ref 45190063741).
 Vehicle Crime
Clay Hall Lane, Copthorne – Criminal Damage. Between 09.20 and 09.35 June 3rd the rear window of a vehicle was smashed (ref 45190058267).
Little Lullenden, Lingfield – Theft. Between June 3rd and 7th both index plates X964YUG were stolen from a vehicle (ref 45190059220).
Green Lane, Shipley Bridge – Theft.  Overnight June 13th to 14th a rental vehicle was stolen but a male was later arrested in Bedfordshire and transported to Surrey for questioning (ref 45190061799).

 Nutfield, South Godstone and Smallfield

Burglary Residential including sheds and garages 
Raleigh Drive, Smallfield. Between 12.30 and 19.00 June 15th the back door of a house was forced open, unknown items stolen together with a blue Ford Fiesta index LY14LCG (ref 45190062431).
Burglary Business and Community
Eastbourne Road, South Godstone. Sometime on June 11th a store room was broken into and containers of oil were stolen (ref 45190060550) and between 17.00 June 12th and 07.30 June 13th a generator was stolen from a site (ref 45190061435).
Vehicle Crime 
Carlton Road, South Godstone – Theft. Overnight |June 7th to 8th a wallet was stolen from a car on a driveway and a bank card used in a shop (ref 45190059587).
Blacklands Meadow, Nutfield – Criminal Damage. Around 19.15 June 10th the alarm on a vehicle parked on a driveway went off after it was entered. The handbrake was released causing the vehicle to run forward into a wall which caused damage to the paintwork (ref 45190060503).

Oxted, Limpsfield, Westerham and Godstone   
Burglary Residential including sheds and garages 
Westerham Road, Westerham. Between 10.20 and 16.50 June 6th a rear patio door window was smashed and the key turned on the inside lock. After an untidy search the offender left but it is not yet known what was stolen (ref 45190058920) .
Burglary Business and Community
Eastbourne Road, Godstone . Between 18.00 June 15th and 10.45 June 16th iron gates were forced open and six vehicles stolen. Five vehicles have since been recovered and the incident relates to the incident in Stanstead Road, Caterham highlighted in Blue at the beginning of this Bulletin (ref 45190062649).
Bluehouse Lane, Oxted. Between June 14th and 17th a school was broken into and after an untidy search an IPad was stolen (ref 45190062901).

Vehicle Crime 
Tandridge Lane, Oxted – Theft. Between 00.01 and 06.00 June 6th front and rear index plates NG63OSF were stolen from a vehicle (ref 45190058886).
Westlands Way, Oxted – Criminal Damage. Between 18.30 and 19.30 June 13th two tyres on a parked car were slashed (ref 45190061741).
Granville Road, Oxted – Theft. Just after midnight on June 15th a black Audi S4 Avant containing two child seats, scooters and tennis rackets was stolen (ref 45190062291).
Lindley Road, Godstone – Theft. Overnight June 10th to 11th the rear offside tyre of a car was stolen (ref 45190060504).
Ockleys Mead, Godstone – Theft. Between 07.45 and 15.00 June 12th index plates FP56PYZ were stolen from a vehicle (ref 45190061299).
High Street, Limpsfield – Theft. Overnight June 10th to 11th a white Mercedes E63 index HF65LCV was stolen (ref 5190060962).

Caterham on the Hill and Whyteleafe

High Street, Caterham on the Hill. Around 05.45 June 12th an unknown male entered a shop and pushed the lone victim causing her to fall before stealing a quantity of cigarettes. He was seen to leave the scene in a silver coloured hatchback (ref 45190061011).
Burglary Business and Community
Godstone Road, Whyteleafe. Overnight June 17th to 18th 15 Worcester boilers were stolen from within apartments under construction (ref 45190063402).
Warlingham and Woldingham
Burglary Residential including sheds and garages 
Hillbury Road, Warlingham. Between May 28th and June 8th whilst the victims were on holiday a glass panel in a front door was smashed and the house entered. Nothing was stolen and it is believed that car keys to a high value car parked on the driveway were looked for (ref 45190059910).
Limpsfield Road, Warlingham. Around 21.15 June 10th a suspect was disturbed and fled after the victim heard the rear patio door being smashed and shouted at him (ref 45190060404).
Church Road, Woldingham. Between May 20th and June 10th an unoccupied house was broken into but after an untidy search it is not known whether anything was stolen (ref 45190060520).
Butlers Dene Road, Woldingham. Sometime between June 13th and 18th an unoccupied property was broken into and a large quantity of alcohol stolen (ref 45190063154).

Vehicle Crime
Crewes Avenue, Warlingham- Theft. Between June 12th and 15th the front index plate of a car was stolen (ref 45190062447).
Hillbury Road, Warlingham – Theft. Between 04.14 and 04.22 June 16th the rear lights of a car were stolen after the cables were cut which also caused damage to the bodywork (ref 45190062637).

If you have to contact us about a non-urgent matter or to provide information on non-urgent suspicious matters or unusual behaviour you have observed which may be useful intelligence for us at a future date please email Tandridge Safer Neighbourhood Team:  tandridge@surrey.pnn.police.uk 
The information you provide will be read and treated in confidence when the staff are next on duty.
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