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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Thursday 23rd September 2021

Alert message sent 23/09/2021 08:25:00

Information sent on behalf of Surrey Police

We can all make some small changes to our routines when we leave our homes to reduce our risk of becoming a victim of a burglary. These include closing and locking all doors and windows, keeping valuables out of sight and reach of letterbox/cat flap, making sure your burglar alarm is set and leaving a radio or lights on to appear home.
Officers were called at around 5.30pm yesterday afternoon (22 September) to an address on The Street, Betchworth, following reports of a house fire and the discovery of a man's body. The man was sadly pronounced dead at the scene and his next of kin have been informed. Enquiries into the circumstances of the death are ongoing but it is not believed there is any third party involvement or suspicious circumstances at this time. The fire has been extinguished and there is no wider risk to the public.
Tracker systems can increase the recovery of your car if it is stolen. Many systems activate once the car is stolen and track the car via GPS and other systems.
Dirty tricks! Tues midday Church St. #Leatherhead suspect came very close to victims in car park and persuaded them to use parking meter a.s.a.p. as they would get a ticket - subsequently found cards has been fraudulently used ! Under Investigation
It’s a good idea to scan the area around ATMs before you use them. Be aware of anyone standing close by and always check the machine to see if it’s been tampered with before you use it.
National Shred Day, organised by the British Security Industry Association in partnership with independent national charity Crimestoppers, is an opportunity to safely dispose of confidential waste for a nominal donation using the services of the BSIA Information Destruction (ID) members.

All donations will go towards regional projects carried out by Crimestoppers.

The event is taking place over multiple locations with the assistance of Morrison’s supermarkets on Saturday 2 October at 9.00am, and members of the public will be able to bring along as much as they wish to dispose of, including lever arch files, paper documents and boxes of statements, which will be securely shredded on-site before being baled and recycled into paper and tissue products.
PC 3725 John Hench from the Mole Valley Specialist Neighbourhood Team just met an officer from Apache Junction Police Dept' Arizona USA - we have forwarded our regards to them for a safe shift - @AJPoliceDept
38 people were arrested (Tuesday 21 September), following the fourth day of protest activity on the M25 in Surrey.
The first call reporting protesters walking down the embankment to the hard shoulder between J9 and 10 was received at 7.57am, with the first officers arriving on the scene within three minutes.
The protesters made their way onto both the anti-clockwise and clockwise carriageways of the motorway but by 8.15am, all protesters had cleared from the anti-clockwise carriageway and it had been fully reopened. Within another two minutes (8.17am), the protesters had been removed from the clockwise carriageway, which was also subsequently reopened.
Officers arrested 38 people on suspicion on a variety of offences including criminal damage, causing danger to road users, wilful obstruction of the highway and causing a public nuisance.
They are all currently in custody.
If you have any video or dashcam footage, please share it with us to help us to progress our investigation on the link below:
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Andy Reid (Surrey Police, InTheKnow.Community Administrator, Mole Valley)

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