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Two men sent to prison following burglaries in Esher Oxshott and Cobham

Alert message sent 12/09/2019 14:07:00

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We wanted to highlight a recent court result to you.

Two men have been sent to prison after admitting charges connected to four burglaries in Esher, Oxshott, and Cobham in May this year.
On 18 May jewellery was taken from a home on Manor Road South in Esher. A week later on 26 May jewellery was taken from homes on Eaton Park Road in Cobham and Manor Way in Oxshott. Another home on Princes Drive in Oxshott was broken into on the same night, but nothing was taken.
Following enquiries police officers pursued a vehicle, and two men were arrested. Jewellery was recovered from the car. On Tuesday 28 May 29 year-old Juan Jose Salas-Alfaro of no fixed address and 25 year-old Patricio Javier Tosso-Navarro of no fixed address were both charged with burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary as part of our investigation.
On Wednesday 11 September both men admitted both charges at Guildford Crown court. Juan Salas-Alfaro was sentenced to a total of four years and three months in prison. Patricio Tosso-Navarro was sentenced to a total of three years and nine months in prison and additionally disqualified from driving for twelve months.
Investigating officer DC Joseph Smith said: “I hope these sentences provide the victims of these burglaries with some comfort to help them to move on with their lives in the knowledge that both Salas-Alfaro and Tosso-Navarro have been given custodial sentences.
“I’d urge people to think about their home security, especially as the nights draw in. Surrey Police will always investigate thoroughly to secure a successful conviction such as this, where the circumstances of the case allow us to do so”.

For more advice on how to keep your property safe, visit:

Marking your property also means that if it is taken, it is easier to recover:
• Register your property at www.immobilise.com
• Mark your property with a forensic marking product such as www.selectadna.co.uk
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Jim Pusey (Police, Corporate Communications Officer, Surrey Police)

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