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Tandridge Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter


Bulletin 16   July 21st – August 3rd 2022


 Dear Residents

Following her promotion Tandridge Borough Commander Chief Inspector Karen Hughes has moved to a new role within Surrey Police.  I am really pleased to have taken over as Borough Commander with responsibility for the Safer Neighbourhood Team and I also work closely with the Neighbourhood Patrol Team.

 My previous role was as the Neighbourhood Patrol Inspector covering East Surrey and prior to this I was a Sergeant in the Tandridge Safer Neighbourhood Team. I therefore know the Borough well and am acquainted with the neighbourhood policing issues.

There have been several other changes within the Tandridge Safer Neighbourhood Team and at the end of this Bulletin you will find updated details of the Team.

 Our vision continues to make Tandridge the safest it can be, so that local communities can thrive without living in fear of crime

Together with the Neighbourhood Patrol Team we will continue to do our level best to keep you safe and to deal with crime robustly.

Inspector Lyndsey Whatley

Tandridge Safer Neighbourhood Inspector

 

CRIME REPORTS IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD

Our Neighbourhood Patrol Team and Safer Neighbourhood Team deal with a variety of incidents. Here are a few they dealt with since the last Bulletin.

On July 23rd in Godstone a male driver was arrested after testing positive for cocaine and driving a vehicle in a dangerous condition. The vehicle was also untaxed and seized.

On July 24th a female in Limpsfield was arrested for drink driving after failing a breath test and subsequently charged. On the same date a male driver in Godstone was arrested for suspected drink driving and subsequently charged after refusing to provide a breath test or sample of urine whilst in custody.

On July 25th after a single vehicle traffic collision a male driver was arrested after failing a roadside breath test.

To provide a further idea of the activities of the Tandridge Police team here is a non-exclusive summary of other incidents/occurrences they dealt with over the last 14 days

Vulnerable Adult 20, Child Protection 9, Domestic and Violent Domestic 32, Violent Crime Public Place/Violent Crime other 22, Hate/Diversity 3, Missing Persons 4, Stalking/Harassment 8, Theft 23, Crime Public Order 12, Fraud Vulnerable Victim 3

 If your area is NOT referred to below it is because we have not been informed of the crime or it has not been affected by reported crime in the categories below. Feedback from you will help to achieve the most appropriate circulation of information. 

LINGFIELD, MARSH GREEN, DORMANSLAND, HORNE AND SMALLFIELD  

Burglary Residential including Sheds and garages

The Meads, Dormansland. Around 03.05 July 5th three people on motorbikes were seen trying to break into a garage and in so doing they caused damage to the doors (ref 45220072904).

Plough Road, Smallfield. Overnight July 29th to 30th and August 1st to 2nd two cans of petrol and a box of matches were stolen from a storage building after a lock was cut and on the second occasion a lock was cut but nothing stolen (ref 45220082428).Around 22.32 August 3rd a rotavator, strimmer and other items were stolen from the same location (ref 45220083057).

Burglary Business and Community

Moor Lane, Marsh Green. Overnight July 21st to 22nd a container was broken into and numerous tools stolen (ref 45220078328).

Vehicle Crime

Church Road, Horne – Theft. Between 09.00 and 09.25 July 29th a Leyland DAF horsebox index L785RRP was stolen (ref 45220081188).

Saxbys Lane, Lingfield – Criminal Damage. Between July 15th and July 29th the front windscreen of a car was smashed (ref 45220081252).

Moor Lane, Dormansland – Theft. Around 20.29 August 2nd a smartphone was stolen from the glove compartment of a car whilst the victim was unloading it and had gone inside the house (ref 45220082686).

 SOUTH GODSTONE AND BLINDLEY HEATH

Vehicle Crime

Cottenhams, Blindley Heath. Around 04.00 August 2nd a motorcycle was stolen but later found damaged and abandoned in Lingfield (ref 45220082688).

Tilburstow Hill Road, South Godstone – Theft. Between 19.00 August 1st and 18.14 August 2nd  a tipper truck was stolen but located after a male driver was stopped for being on his phone whilst driving and then decamped (ref 45220082920).

OXTED AND HURST GREEN  

Burglary Residential including Sheds and garages

Coldshott, Hurst Green. Between July 18th and July 31st a house was broken into and damage caused to all rooms as well as jewellery being stolen (ref 45220081817).

Granville Road, Oxted. Around 05.30 July 25th after the victim’s dog started barking three people were seen by the lounge window. They promptly escaped on three motorbikes and a quad bike. Two of the motorbikes were later identified on CCTV as having been stolen that night and were involved in the theft of a purse from a car in Hurst Green. (ref 45220079794).

Theft

High Street, Oxted – Theft. Around 14.20 July 24th a Honda Africa motorcycle index GL70WDA was stolen (ref 45220079178).

Barnetts Shaw, Oxted. Overnight July 24th to 25th a Triumph Speed Triple Black motorbike index W603FEC was stolen after the disc lock was snapped (ref 45220079216).

Hall Hill, Oxted. Around 01.00 July 25th a Range Rover dog crate was stolen from outside a house (ref 45220079366).

Criminal Damage

The Greenway, Hurst Green. Around 01.00 July 30th a bottle was thrown through the window of a front door (ref 45220081269).

Vehicle Crime

Park Road, Oxted – Keyless Theft. Around 04.40 July 22nd a black Range Rover was stolen from a driveway by two suspects. One was described as white, approx. 6 foot tall, slim build and wearing dark jeans, a beanie hat and a North Face grey jacket with black sleeves. The car was later found parked up in Lingfield (ref 45220078236).

Park Close, Oxted – Theft. Overnight July 21st to 22nd a Range Rover Evoque was stolen from a garage but later found in Edenbridge (ref 45220078278).

High Street, Oxted – Criminal Damage. Between 21.00 and 21.25 July 22nd the window of a car was smashed in a car park (ref 45220078578).

Four Oaks, Hurst Green – Theft. Overnight July 24th to 25th a car was broken into and a purse and parcels stolen (ref 45220079221).

 

CATERHAM, CHALDON AND WHYTELEAFE

Burglary Residential including Sheds and garages

Croydon Road, Caterham. Between 11.30 and 14.30 July 30th the front door of a house was forced open, an untidy search undertaken some items of jewellery were stolen (ref 45220081401).

Birchwood Lane, Chaldon. Between 02.30 and 05.00 August 1st a barn was broken into and a hedge cutter and strimmer stolen (ref 45220082262).

Vehicle Crime

Salmons Lane, Whyteleafe – Theft. Between 08.35 and 23.55 July 28th index plates LG04DXZ were stolen from a car (ref 45220080877).

 

WARLINGHAM   

Burglary Residential including Sheds and garages

Tandridge Road, Warlingham. Between 11.00 and 18.30 July 30th suspects entered a house through an insecure conservatory window before forcing open an inner door, conducting an untidy search and stealing a quantity of cash (ref 45220081441).

Westview Road, Warlingham. Between 10.30 and 11.30 July 30th two males entered a house after climbing onto a barbecue, reaching through an open bathroom fanlight and then climbing through an adjacent window. They conducted an untidy search but nothing was stolen. CCTV indicates that the first male was white, wearing a light blue shirt, dark trousers and surgical facemask. The second male was white, slim build, dressed all in black with a hat and blue surgical facemask. (ref 45220081442).

Hillbury Road, Warlingham. Between 11.20 and 12.45 July 30th after breaking the lock on a side gate, a house was entered through a ground floor window. Following an untidy search a quantity of cash and jewellery was stolen. It is believed a black BMW 1 SERIES on cloned plates may have been involved in this occurrence and a number of others on the same day (ref 45220081446).

Burglary Business and Community

Chelsham Common, Warlingham . Around 05.00 July 26th a canister of cooking oil was stolen from an outbuilding (ref 45220079626).

Theft

Tithepit Shaw Lane, Warlingham.  Between 14.00 July23rd and 11.00 July 27th four new Ifor Williams trailers and a number of small items were stolen after padlocks and locks were cut using an oxy propane torch (ref 45220079183).

Vehicle Crime

Paddock Walk, Warlingham – Theft. Between 10.00 and 10.45 July 20th a large quantity of Dewalt tools were stolen from a van (ref 45220079029).

Bond Road, Warlingham- Theft. Around 10.40 July 25th the lock of a parked van was broken and items including a chain saw stolen .The suspects drove off in silver Nissan on false index plates (ref 45220079451).

Farleigh Common, Warlingham – Theft. Between midnight July 24th and 20.14 July 25th after drilling holes into the locks of a van a leaf blower, hedge trimmer and small hand tools were stolen (ref 45220079465).

Searchwood Road, Warlingham – Keyless Theft.  Between 11.00 and 18.30 July 27th a white Range Rover Sport index YA21SDU was stolen from a driveway (ref 45220080296). Around 13.18 August 1st a dark grey Nissan Juke pulled up and a white male approached the victim’s vehicle and stole a Stihl leaf blower (ref 45220082129).

Tydcombe Road, Warlingham – Theft. Between 10.30 and 12.00 July 28th index plates HL04ZZR were stolen from a car (ref 45220080657).

Harrow Road, Warlingham – Theft. Between 08.00 and 16.45 August 1st index plates KY03ANA were stolen from a car (ref 45220082143).

The Neighbourhood Patrol Team (NPT) operates 24/7 but below are updated details of our TANDRIDGE SAFER NEIGHBOURHOOD TEAM

 

NORTH TANDRIDGE

A/PSGT 40708 DAN PARSONS 

 

CATERHAM VALLEY, CATERHAM HILL, CHALDON, WHYTELEAFE, 

PCSO 13690 AMY ORD 

PCSO 13917 KERRIE FURLONG 

 

WARLINGHAM, WOLDINGHAM, TATSFIELD & TITSEY

PC 41795 ANNIE CASSIDY 

PCSO 13539 STUART WREN 

 

MID TANDRIDGE

PC 41532 LAUREN ELLIS 

PC 40676 EDDIE CABRERA 

 

OXTED, HURST GREEN, LIMPSFIELD & CROWHURST

PCSO 17556 ZEINAB HOSSEINKHANI 

PCSO 17372 LISA COBBY 

 

GODSTONE, SOUTH GODSTONE, BLINDLEY HEATH, NUTFIELD, 

SOUTH NUTFIELD & BLETCHINGLEY

PCSO 13853 LORRAINE WELLS 

 

SOUTH TANDRIDGE

SGT 2794 DAN KITE 

PC 40292 LEE NEWMAN 

 

OUTWOOD, HORNE, BURSTOW & SMALLFIELD, DORMANSLAND,

LINGFIELD & FELBRIDGE

  

PCSO 12599 RUPERT KELLEY 

PCSO 12437 CONRAD CHEESEMAN 

 

PCSO 12875 HERMIONE (HENRY) PILBROW 

  
  

RURAL PCSO 13917 KERRIE FURLONGS 

YOUTH ENGAGEMENT OFFICER PC 40495 TOM WARWICK 

CRIME REDUCTION ADVISOR 17631 SIMON EVANS

OFFICE MANAGER - 15645 MOIRA COCKS 

 

 

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