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Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Thurs 5th May 2022


7-year-old well-being dog Evie paid a visit to the @MoleValleyBeat

team last week for her first official outing. Evie passed her assessment to be a well-being dog in April and as you can see is already making friends on the job!



Disabled badge stolen from vehicle parked at the crematorium #Leatherhead 😠 Tips to help prevent theft from vehicles 



Theft of phone yesterday Barnett Wood Lane #Leatherhead - Ensure you retain a record of your phone's IMEI number. This is a 15-digit unique number which can be obtained by keying in *#06#. 




Attempted theft of car - ignition cylinder taken apart - 01/05 00:00 - 04/05 20:00 Spring Gardens #Dorking Top tips for car security : 🚗 🗝️ 





Have you had any of these approaches? "You've got a loose tile on your roof" 

Cold callers Richmond Way #Fetcham  Weds : Always ask yourself - Do I really want the work done, or the goods? 


 Look out for the old / vulnerable in your street 


Two women have entered shop #Dorking High St. Tues 3rd May approx 12:40 and believed to have been involved in the theft of jewellery that was for sale. Desc: both white 40/50 yrs old one large one medium build both had blonde hair : security tips -






Serious collision in Epsom General Hospital car park - did you see anything?

We are appealing for witnesses after a serious injury traffic collision in the car park of Epsom General Hospital this afternoon (Tuesday, 3 May).

At around 3.07pm the driver of a red Kia is believed to have lost control of the vehicle and driven into a passing pedestrian. The male pedestrian is currently receiving medical treatment for serious injuries.

Were you in the vicinity of Epsom General Hospital between about 3pm and 3.10pm this afternoon? Did you see or hear anything that might assist with our investigation?

Do you have a helmet cam or dashcam footage that might have captured the incident?

Please get in touch quoting PR/45220046682 via:

• Live web chat on our website https://www.surrey.police.uk/

• Using our online reporting tool https://www.surrey.police.uk/.../tell-us-about-existing.../

• Calling us on 101

If you do not wish to speak to police, you can call independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.





#ThrowbackThursday to last year when we interviewed PCSO Colin Gibbons about hidden disabilities and different ways you can contact the police, should you need to. In case you missed it:






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