Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Weds 11th Dec 2019

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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Wednesday 11th November 2019


Surrey Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey are teaming up again in the New Year to hold the next series of public engagement events across Surrey.

Thursday, 9th January - Mole Valley (Dorking Halls)

https://www.surrey.police.uk/news/surrey/news/2019/12/have-your-say-on-local-police-issues-and-future-funding-as-policing-your-community-roadshow-returns/?fbclid=IwAR02vMizCtaNnVoqyzYd0HyHiOYk86UzVHDi2L1S7w6sI-7zlNKWRwvcpgc


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Report of bogus charity collection workers going door to door yesterday evening Pixham claiming to be from a well-known animal charity. Check the collection is authorised by phoning the charity or send your donation to the charity directly.

Read more : http://www.tradingstandardsecrime.org.uk/charity-donation-fraud/?fbclid=IwAR2-VNjKJk6sWhaamVRt565Q4aU1P2oXrnKR1P00lcPeMdaF011REtZRBsU


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New CCTV and images of Robyn Mercer have been released by her family and detectives as part of the ongoing investigation to find those responsible for her murder in West Molesey in 2016.


https://www.surrey.police.uk/news/surrey/news/2019/12/operation-zebu---new-cctv-released-in-robyn-mercer-murder-investigation/


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Early (v.early) Monday morning in Leatherhead officers spotted suspect vehicle (s) leading to an arrest on drug related offences – enquiries continue.

How to tell us about something you've seen or heard :

https://www.surrey.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/soh/something-youve-seen-or-heard/?fbclid=IwAR1X7FLfj-LP-1niABwOsGirPqpjrTrfxtdcrAMvlvteMy0UlkJIy6hINjQ


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We are often asked : can I put barbed/razor wire/broken glass on the top of my fence to stop people getting in?

Using barbed/razor wire and broken glass in order to stop people getting in to your home is not advisable. You are making yourself liable to civil action as you owe a duty of care to ensure that visitors to your property are reasonably safe. Odd as it may seem, you also owe a duty of care to trespassers.
The use of such a preventative measure could also be seen as being detrimental to the neighbourhood.
Using other methods of crime prevention such as trellis fencing and defensible planting is often more effective and pleasant to look at.
Trellis fencing is effective because it increases the height of the boundary and it is not usually strong enough to hold an intruder's weight Therefore, they may not want to risk climbing over it, breaking it and making a loud noise.
Prickly plants such as Hawthorne, Poncira, Pyracantha (rapid growth), Rosa rugosa, or any kind of Berberis are an effective obstacle against possible intruders and much more pleasant to look at.

https://www.surrey.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/residential-burglary/protect-your-home-by-protecting-your-garden/?fbclid=IwAR1WYwL9UFJWltHP4lO8mZj9IARKMcomS6KbfYjk2VhrJ9vfUkz1HPm-1VY


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Recent Burglaries

Thursday 5th Dec 18:00 – Friday 6th Dec 07:30 Lower Road Fetcham. Garage within construction site.

Thursday 21st Nov 09:00 – Friday 6th Dec 11.30 Epsom Road Leatherhead. Residential burglary.

Friday 6th December 14:00 – Saturday 7th Dec 16:00 St. Pauls Road West Dorking. Residential burglary.

Burglars tend to target windows as they generally offer easier access than doors. Take a good look at your windows from the outside and remove potential access points where you can. Are there walls, bins or garden furniture that could be used to reach windows? For windows that are within reaching distance such as ground floors, see our tips below.

Tips : https://www.surrey.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/residential-burglary/prevent-access-windows/

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Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)

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