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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Weds 11th Sept 2019

Alert message sent 11/09/2019 11:49:00

Information sent on behalf of Surrey Police

Good Morning , Please feel free to share any of the items below with neighbors or watch groups :-

1. Theft of tools from van Dene Road Ashtead yesterday evening 10th Sept 6pm - 10.50pm

Property register site - https://www.immobilise.com/

Layer security with SBD approved products. https://www.securedbydesign.com/guidance/vehicle-crime

2. WednesdayThoughts You’ll never get an email, text message or phone call from HMRC which: tells you about a tax rebate or penalty or asks for your personal or payment information!

Dorking resident did and scam caller became very abusive!

Further guidance:- https://www.gov.uk/topic/dealing-with-hmrc/phishing-scams

3. TV and radio presenter Helen Skelton has revealed that she was scammed out of her savings after falling victim to fraudsters over the phone.

Read more:


4. We are working with our partners @MoleValleyDC re: burnt out 4x4 Wolvens Ln - any info with regards to who dumped it please give us call via 101 or @CrimestoppersUK 0800-555-111 if you wish to remain anonymous / see attached photo.

More information on byways / byways open to all traffic "BOATS" here -


5. Think! Late Monday night in Hookwood Mole Valley Officers spotted car being driven with - no insurance!! When stopped driver smelt of drink!! Arrested / Charged to court - no insurance / drink driving -

The consequences - https://www.think.gov.uk/themes/drink-driving/

6. Officers from Surrey Police’s Operation Viking team are continuing to crack down on county lines drug dealing after two men were sentenced at Guildford Crown Court on Friday (6 September).
Robert Lawson, 52, of Wenlock Edge, #Dorking, was jailed for a further 10 months after pleading guilty to two counts of permitting the use of premises for the supply of drugs. Lawson is already serving 28 months in prison for drug supply offences after he was sentenced in April this year. Melkior Beatrix, 18, from Ingrave Street, Wandsworth, London, was handed a 15 month suspended sentence after pleading guilty to two counts of possession with intent to supply class A drugs, possession of a prohibited weapon and possession of a taser. Officers carried out a search warrant under Section 23 of the Misuse of Drugs Act at Lawson’s address on 6 March 2018. After arresting Beatrix, they suspected that he was smuggling drugs inside his body and he was taken to hospital for tests. He was subsequently placed in a cell with a drugs toilet. After three hours, he passed a package later found to contain 16 wraps of heroin and 10 wraps of crack cocaine. A stun gun disguised as a torch was also found in a bag Beatrix was wearing when officers forced entry to the address. The pair were charged and pleaded guilty at Guildford Crown Court on 6 March 2019.

7. #AtmFraud We are investigating a fraud where a device was fitted to the ATM machine outside Sainsbury's in Cobham Rd #Fetcham Device removed! Tell-tale signs of ATM fraud -


8. Please keep in mind that if cold callers don’t get any sales in your area, they are less likely to return. Officers checked "Ring" door bell CCTV footage and the suspicious activity in Headley / Boxhilll late last week was Nottingham Knockers i.e. cold callers!!

9. Burglary under investigation Woodside, Fetcham,Tuesday 10th Sept 8.30am - 5.30 pm.


10. Just to let you know that JNE Security is supported by Secured by Design and produce a wide range of security products at the budget end of the market.

Nothing wrong with that as the produce quality is generally very good. Neil Clarke, Mole Valley Design out Crime Officer


11. Our officers were out on patrol in the area of the A24 on Wednesday when they stopped a van containing 7 people.

A man, aged 39, from #Dorking, has been arrested and released under investigation on suspicion of #HumanTrafficking.

#ModernSlavery is happening in #Surrey. Do you know what the signs of modern slavery are?



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