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Crime in Woking over last week

Dear Residents


This week’s regular crime report from Surrey Police for the Woking area is below.

These reports are sent to Neighbourhood Watch coordinators registered on the local Neighbourhood Alert system with the purpose of making you aware of what is happening in Woking but also are you able to identify any property or any private CCTV which might be able to assist?

This is only a chosen snapshot of what has happened in Woking during this period.


Woking incidents in last period

Can you provide any information relating to the following recent incidents/activities?  Do you have any CCTV locally that might capture anything in connection to these incidents?  Surrey Police can now send links to you to upload CCTV remotely if required.  If so, please report via the Surrey Police web page:

https://www.surrey.police.uk/ro/report/ quoting the appropriate incident number.


During this period the following might be of be interest. Did you see anything suspicious?


Burglary. Lower Guildford Road, Knaphill. 15 May 11:30 – 11:45. 45230052973. Property under renovation, intruder stole copper pipes from side passage.


Burglary. Clifton Way.  Goldsworth Park. Friday 19 May 17:30 – Saturday 20 May 10:40 45230055775. Intruder has entered flat without permission and stolen items.


Theft. Church Road, Byfleet. Thursday 18 May 07:45 – 45230054719.  2 males with a van stole steel rods from garden of property.


Fire. Oyster Lane, Byfleet. Thursday 18 May 21.10. 45230054530. Fire at a self-storage

facility at this location, cause not yet known.


Vehicle Crime, Rose Bank Cottages. Maybury. Saturday 20 May 00:00. 45230055714.

Suspect poured rubbish through sunroof of Landrover Defender causing damage.


Protecting your home from crime | Crime prevention | Surrey Police


Preventing car and vehicle theft | Crime Prevention | Surrey Police


Catalytic converter theft | Surrey Police


Included in this week’s report is a link to this week’s Woking Beat Facebook page.  Anyone can view the Beat – you do not need a Facebook page. This week there is information on the Police’s new suspicious activity portal which allows the public to upload video footage they have that might be connected to crimes being  investigated.


Woking Beat (Surrey Police) | Facebook


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