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Burglary Update

Alert message sent 26/03/2020 09:41:00

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Dear Residents,
Welcome to the Burglary Update for the last week.
The message covers the burglaries reported between the  12th March 2020 and 19th March 2020.
Between 06/03/2020 15:30 to 15/03/2020 07:30. Osprey Drive, Epsom.
Residential Burglary resulting in a car theft.  Method of Entry: Forced entry through the rear patio doors.
Stolen- Not confirmed at this time, including a car.
Between 12/03/2020 22:00 to 18/03/2020 13:30.  Nursery Close, Tadworth.
Residential Burglary.  Method of Entry: Forced entry through the windows at the rear of the property.
Stolen- Nothing taken.
Between 12/03/2020 00:00 to 13/03/2020 07:20.  Bletchingly Road, Redhill.
Residential Out building Burglary.  Method of Entry:  Forced entry through the shed door.
Stolen- Not confirmed at this time but including 3 bicycles (1 electric).
13/03/2020 02:32.   Albury Road, Redhill.
Residential Garage Burglary.  Method of Entry: Forced entry through the garage doors.
Stolen- Nothing taken.
Between 09/03/2020 00:00 to 14/03/2020 00:00. Cavendish Road, Redhill.
Residential Out building Burglary.  Method of Entry:  No forced entry into the shed.
Stolen- Nothing taken.
Between 15/03/2020 17:45 to 16/03/2020 07:00.  Canalside, Redhill.
Residential Burglary.  Method of Entry: Entry through locking communal door of a block of flats.  Items taken from outside of one of the properties.
Stolen- 3 pairs of trainers.
 No reports this week.

May I take this opportunity to thank all members of the community who have observed the Government guidance and are doing their bit to help tackle the Coronavirus Pandemic. We will be out and about this week and in the coming weeks reminding people to act responsibly at this challenging time.

Please be alert to COVID-19 related scams as sadly unscrupulous criminals will seek to take advantage of the situation. www.GetSafeOnline.Org provides some useful information to help you stay safe. Please also be aware of people attending your address and offering help. Whilst some offers are genuine and show real community spirit, sadly some will not be so genuine. Please visit www.reigate-banstead.gov.uk/coronavirus for where to seek support if needed. 
As ever if you have any questions or queries please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. 

Kind regards,

Sergeant 40350 Kelly Clifton-Sinclair
Reigate & Banstead Specialist Neighbourhood Team


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Kelly Clifton-Sinclair (Surrey Police, PS, Reigate & Banstead)

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