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Crime Report 27th April to 5th May 2024

Residential Burglary and other Crime Report

27th April to 5th May 2024

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 past week 27/04/24 to 05/05/24 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).



Red Lion Road, CHOBHAM – entry gained via damaging garage door and motorbike stolen.  Occurred on 27th April 2024 around 01:45hrs.

Burleigh Road, FRIMLEY – entry gained via rear patio door.   Occurred on 27th April 2024 between 13:30hrs and 23:30hrs.

Parkway, CAMBERLEY – attempted burglary to rear of premises occurred at 20:00hrs on 28th April 2024.

Gorse Bank, LIGHTWATER –entry gained via open front door while victim was in premises.  Electronic equipment stolen.    Occurred on 3rd May 2024 between 20:40hrs and 20:43hrs.

Further crime prevention advice can be found at: 

Keep burglars out of your property | Police.uk (www.police.uk)

Secured by Design - Home Security

Keep it safe | Crime Prevention | Surrey Police

Theft from Motor Vehicle - 1

Bailey Close, FRIMLEY – theft of number plates – occurred between 01/05/24 20:00hrs and 02/05/24 15:00hrs.

Theft of Motor Vehicle – 1

Stamford Avenue, FRIMLEY – Vehicle stolen from outside the premises. Occurred on 29th April 2024 between 00:10hrs and 02:25hrs.

Please remember to store your car keys in a Faraday or RFID Blocker pouch RFID Blockers & Faraday Pouches | Halfords UK

Further crime prevention advice can be found at:

Preventing car and vehicle theft | Crime Prevention | Police.uk (www.police.uk)

Secured by Design - Vehicle Crime

Prevent theft from a vehicle | Crime Prevention | Police.uk (www.police.uk)

Secured by Design - Vans & Tool Theft

To provide a further idea of the criminal activities of the Surrey Heath Police neighbourhood and response teams in the past two weeks, there were 148 new incidents/occurrences being investigated during this period. A summary of relevant incidents by crime type is given below. 

Antisocial Behaviour – 2

Assault on Emergency Worker - 0

Criminal Damage – 6

Dangerous Dogs – 3

Drink spiking - 0

Drugs – 3

Fraud - 0

Harassment – 4

Hate crime/incident - 2

Prescribed Limited Offences (drink/drug driving) - 3

Public Order – 5

Robbery - 1

Sexual offences - 4

Stalking – 0

Theft (including shopping lifting) – 14

For prevention advice Securing your shop from shoplifters | Crime Prevention | Police.uk (www.police.uk) and Preventing stolen doorstep deliveries | Crime prevention | Police.uk (www.police.uk)

Violent Crime – 18

Malicious Communications – 3

online blackmail – 1

cyber bullying – 1

online fraud - 1

Do not give your bank details or transfer money online unless you have taken due diligence to ensure they are a legitimate organisation, if in doubt DO NOT send money.  Please remind your neighbourhood watch members to speak with their children regarding NOT sharing sexual images online, as there is an increase of children being targeted. There are thousands of scams and they are getting smarter and more proactive, please be vigilant.

For prevention advice: Advice about fraud | Surrey Police

Cyber Aware - undefined.GOV.UK (ncsc.gov.uk) and All topics - NCSC.GOV.UK


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 Report a crime | Surrey Police 

Or copy the link into your browser https://www.surrey.police.uk/ro/report/ocr/af/how-to-report-a-crime/ 

If you do spot suspicious behaviour, we urge people to call this into 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/

Kind Regards and stay safe and well.




     21125 Sarra Fotheringham

     Neighbourhood Support Volunteer

     Surrey heath Safer Neighbourhood Team

     Email. Sarra.Fotheringham2@Surrey.police.uk 



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