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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Tues 8th March 2022

Alert message sent 08/03/2022 09:53:00

Information sent on behalf of Surrey Police

Suspicious activity late Monday night Harrow Road East #Dorking report of man climbing over fence into garden - officers did an area search but no trace of man - ‘eyes and ears’ good shout / call it in https://www.surrey.police.uk/
See attached for information on how to report suspicious persons.
Burglary Alert: Ashcombe Rd #Dorking Sunday 6th Mar 8.30pm - 8:43pm suspects entered via side of property to rear and stole power tools - under investigation. Tips: Good exterior sensor lights can be an effective burglar deterrent. https://www.ourwatch.org.uk/exterior
Burglary Alert: Pixham Lane #Dorking Sat 4th Mar 00:01 - Sun 6th Mar 10:08 suspects have attempted to force entry into a garage via side door - please check your garages / sheds regularly for security breaches and report any damage or thefts to us https://www.surrey.police.uk/
Country Watch Alert: Sunday 6th Mar 19:37 Suzuki Jeep with x2 men on board repeatedly seen in Broomhall Rd / Coldharbour area on driveways and making off when approached - any further issues call us please
Burglary Alert - Report of shed(s) being broken into Leslie Road / Pixham Lane #Dorking - always worth checking the security of your perimeter on a regular basis - any indications of damage or thefts please let us know 101 , online or message https://www.surrey.police.uk/
Burglary Alert: Weds 2nd March 10:00 -12:00 Lower Rd Fetcham : Thieves have entered insecure garage in grounds of residential dwelling and stolen expensive bicycle. Lock bicycles using a good quality U-lock or chain and padlock to a ground anchor https://www.ourwatch.org.uk/protectyourbicycle
Report of fraud linked to cryptocurrency in #Dorking . Be wary of adverts online and on social media promising high returns : more here https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/.../cryptocurrency...
Car entered and searched between last Thurs and Fri Dawnay Rd #Bookham -appears nothing stolen - but probability suggests manged to get into locked car!!
Actions to take when the cyber threat is heightened, when organisations might face a greater threat, and the steps to take to improve security. -
If you heard someone say they were ‘going country’ or ‘running a line’, would you know what they meant?
These are phrases used to describe ‘county lines’, a name for the process of transporting and supplying illegal drugs across the country. Dedicated mobile phone lines, or ‘deal lines’, are used to receive orders and despatch young people to deliver drugs on behalf of dealers. The phones are usually cheap, disposable and old-fashioned, and are changed regularly to avoid police detection.
Offenders use young people, the vulnerable and the desperate to deliver drugs on their behalf so they can distance themselves from the criminal act of physically dealing. Young people do the majority of work and run the greatest risk of arrest or injury. They are often sent from urban areas into coastal or rural areas, travelling far from home and putting themselves in danger.
The gangs are highly organised criminal networks. Once someone is trapped working for them, they may be exploited in multiple ways, such as sexual exploitation and human trafficking. The lines are valuable commodities to dealers, and are protected with extreme violence and intimidation. There is a strong link between county lines and serious violence such as knife and gun crime, and even the homicide rates. County lines has a devastating impact on both the community and those who are trapped within its cycle.
If you believe you’ve seen signs of drug dealing in your community, report it. You can DM us or report via our website. If you’d rather not speak to police, you can call independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and stay anonymous. They will never ask for your name or trace your call.
In an emergency, always call 999.

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