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Residential Burglary and other Crime Report 26th August 2023

Dear Surrey Heath residents.


Please find below details of the currently reported burglaries (or attempted burglaries) to residential properties (including shed break-ins) as well as other crime statistics over the last period (22nd – 26th   August 2023). Summary details of these are provided in the list below.


Please note, where known I have used the approximate actual incident date/times rather than date the incident was reported (as there can be differences).



24/08/23 06:30 – 06:38 HEATHCOTE ROAD, CAMBERLEY. Informant has had their bike stolen along with another bike from a communal bike shed. The offenders cut the lock off the victim’s bike and broke the lock off the other bike. A neighbour had seen two males in hoodies leave the bike shed with the two bikes.


To provide a further idea of the activities of the Surrey Heath Police team, there were 62 new incidents/occurrences being looked into during this period. A summary of these is given below along with some accompanying notes later;


ASB Nuisance (2), Attempted Suicide (1), Burglary Residential (1), Child Protection Incident (1), Community Protection Warning (1), Crime Other (2), Crime Public Order (2), Crime Vehicle (2), Domestic Incident (3),  Fire (1), Harassment (3), Hate/Diversity Incident (1), Neighbour Dispute (1), Not A Crime (1), Pets/Domesticated Animals (3),  Sexual Offence (1), Sudden Death Non Suspicious (1), Suspicious Incident (1), Theft (5), Theft – Of Plant/Machinery (1), Violent Crime Other (6), Violent Crime Public Place (2), Violent Domestic (1), Vulnerable Adult Incident (3).


As always, the local Neighbourhood Team are keen to receive information on all crime spotted or believed to have occurred as this can assist with ongoing enquiries, as well as helping to build up their wider intelligence picture.

If you believe you have any information relating to any of these or any other events then please call 101 or alternatively, you can use social media messaging or the online reporting system



If you do spot suspicious behaviour we urge people to call this in to the police immediately yourself, and of course if you believe there is a crime in progress do call 999.


You can also give information, 100% anonymously, to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111; or through their anonymous online form: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/


And to assist in helping you protect your residential property and its contents please see the crime prevention advice here:    https://www.surrey.police.uk/burglary


For information and advice regards Cybercrime and Fraud please visit cyberaware.gov.uk and   www.actionfraud.police.uk


Kind Regards and please stay safe and well.



20581 Chris Cheeseman

Neighbourhood Support Volunteer

Surrey Heath Safer Neighbourhood Team

Email: Chris.Cheeseman@surrey.police.uk

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