Surrey Heath Police crime bulletin: January 2018: 1st update

Surrey Police Community Engagement Volunteer, David Howie, reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath, in the latest InTheKnow Bulletin for Surrey Heath.

  • Crime no.45180003086 – Between 08/01/2018 from 00:00 to 09/01/2018 at 06:00, in St Michael’s Road, Camberley. During hours of darkness have unscrewed shed door to gain access and have stolen over £1000 worth of power tools.
  • Crime no.45180002303 – On 07/01/2018 from 03:45 to 05:03, at Camberley Heath Golf Club, Fairways Golf Drive, Camberley. Window pane has been smashed to gain access and steal items from pro shop.  Offender was located and arrested within 3 1/2 hours from time of report.  All stolen property recovered on person equating to approx £10,000.00.  Stolen property returned to owner.  Offender remanded to court and sentenced to 6 months in prison.
  • Crime no.45180002941 – Between 23/12/2017 from 17:00 to 08/01/2018 at 08:00, in Estate House, London Road, Camberley. Burglary non dwelling attempt
  • Crime no.45180002034 – Between 04/01/2018 from 07:14 to 05/01/2018 at 08:14, in Multi-storey car park, Knoll Road, Camberley. Surrey Police vehicles in Knoll Road car park found to be damaged. 1 wing mirror completely detached from GX10 HCP and a dent in the bonnet and chip on the windscreen seen on GX65 HMY
  • Crime no.45180001728 – On 04/01/2018 from 00:01 to 12:00, at Nutfield Court, Cromwell Road, Camberley. Theft of vehicle, W736WMJ Honda Accord Silver, which was SORN off road with no battery and in a bad unroadworthy state.  It was parked in a private parking bay.
  • Crime no.45180001814 – Between 04/01/2018 from 09:00 to 05/01/2018 at 14:30, in Longlands Way, Camberley. Front windscreen wipers stolen from a Green Fiat 500.
  • Crime no.45180003488 – Between 09/01/2018 from 22:00 to 10/01/2018 at 01:00, in Surrey Avenue, Camberley. White Yamaha motorbike F614YPR has been stolen from outside the flat.  (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180003863 – between 01/01/2018 from 23:59 to 10/01/2018 at 10:00, in St Georges Court, St Georges Road, Camberley. Have parked a Renault Megane in the residents underground car park and have gone to the vehicle and found two cross scratches on the bonnet and a plastic part ripped off.
  • Crime no.45180001870 – On 05/01/2018 from 16:30 to 18:00, in Park Street, Camberley. Theft of a black and red Giant Mountain bike from the bike rack outside House of Fraser – it had been padlocked to the rack.
  • Crime no.45180002857 – On 08/01/2018 at 19:10, in Berkshire Road, Camberley. Up to 20 youths have congregated at the parade of shops at the Old Dean.  Some of whom have caused damage to some bricks possibly with a hammer.  When approached by police they all ran off but later returned and became aggressive towards the officer dealing. (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180002693 – On 05/01/2018 at 20:00, in Clubhouse, Frimley Green Recreation Ground, Frimley Green Road.  Tiles & windows smashed to football changing rooms.
  • Crime no.45180003032 – Between 23/12/2017 from 12:00 to 24/12/2017 at 12:00, in Sturt Road, Frimley Green. Christmas lights that are used to decorate the village green Christmas tree have been cut and pulled from the ground power supply making them inoperable.
  • Crime no.45180004217 – On 11/01/2018 at 19:00, in Broadlands, Frimley. Fence damaged by two holes being put in it by regular offenders who then feed rubbish to victim’s dog (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180001801 – On 27/12/2017 at 11:19, in Acorn Avenue, Frimley Green. Parcel stolen from doorstep
  • Crime no.45180004013 – On 10/01/2018 from 08:00 to 13:30, in Middlemoor Road, Frimley. Victim had just moved into house and had no room in the back garden so had to place trampoline and garden equipment in the front but had placed it so that obviously not rubbish. Have had 2 eastern European males knock the door for the last 2 Wednesdays asking for the metal legs.  Have told them not rubbish and no they cannot have them then today when not in returned to find them gone
  • Crime no.45180003524 – Between 04/01/2018 from 13:00 to 10/01/2018 at 12:24, in London Road, Windlesham. Suspects have forced entry into the property by smashing the downstairs bathroom window and then taken a number of personal items before leaving through the rear French doors. (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180004009 – Between 10/01/2018 from 17:00 to 11/01/2018 at 06:00, in The Timber Yard, Lucas Green, West End. Have gone to the location of Autocraft and have gained entry to the site and have made untidy searches within, cash has been taken from the site. (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180002213 – On 06/01/2018 from 21:00 to 21:30, in The Avenue, Lightwater. Eggs thrown at door of property.  Victim believes she is being targeted.  Previous incidents have left marks on wood and mould and caused informant to pay for professional cleaning. (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180004121 – Around 11/01/2018 at 15:15, in Guildford Road, Lightwater. Have scratched “park properly” into the side of parked unattended Volkswagen Passat. (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180002081 – Between 21/12/2017 from 14:00 to 05/01/2018 at 07:00, in Sandpit Hall Road, Chobham. Battery stolen from a vehicle.
  • Crime no.45180002698 – Between 01/12/2016 from 00:00 to 08/01/2018 at 13:43, in Swift Lane Caravan Site, Bagshot. Have sold a Porsche 997 Targa 4s belonging to victim without consent to do so.
  • Crime no.45180002770 – On 08/01/2018 from 09:00 to 09:30, in The Avenue, Lightwater. Silver Ford Focus index GD04UVX has been stolen by suspects linked to Ford transit van index FP51XTD.  Window has been smashed to gain entry and vehicle has then been towed away.  (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180003345 – On 09/01/2018 at 16:35, in Swift Lane Caravan Site, Bagshot. Red Renault Megane MA05KHK has been stolen whilst left on Swift Lane Caravan Site.
  • Crime no.45180003504 – On 09/01/2018 from 20:30 to 22:00, in Turfhouse Lane, Chobham. During time stated have attempted to force entry to a black Ford Transit Custom vehicle by damaging the lock however have failed to do so resulting in nothing being taken.
  • Crime no.45180004135 – Between 09/01/2018 from 12:00 to 11/01/2018 at 12:00, in Hatton Hill, Windlesham. Un-occupied dwelling has been targeted by offenders who have stolen the roofing lead from the arch which goes over the front door and have knocked out the sensors on the automatic lights. (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180004223 – Between 10/01/2018 from 18:30 to 11/01/2018 at 07:00, in High Street, Bagshot. Windscreen wipers stolen from vehicle.

West End only Surrey Heath location for Heathrow consultation events

Delivered, yesterday, by our ‘postie’, is Heathrow’s leaflet on the upcoming Public Consultations on it’s preferred expansion scheme for airport capacity in the South East.

The website on the consultation will be live from tommorrow morning – bet you can’t wait to visit.

Of the forty locations for consultation events, just one is in Surrey Heath, and that’ll be at Tringham Hall, Benner Lane, West End, GU24 9JP, on Saturday March 10th, between 10am to 4.0pm.

Here’s the middle pages of the Heathrow Consultation leaflet, [Click on images to expand].

Surrey Heath award voluntary groups over £160,000 of grant funding

Surrey Heath Borough Council announce its 2018/19 grant funding allocations,

Voluntary organisations in Surrey Heath are to receive more than £160,000 of support in 2018/19 following a decision by Surrey Heath Borough Council this week.

On Tuesday 9 January, its Executive approved grants to community organisations and charities dedicated to helping people within the borough.

A total of £164,900 will go towards supporting groups including Citizens Advice Surrey Heath, Voluntary Support North Surrey, Surrey Heath Age Concern, and Basingstoke Canal Authority.

The grants have been allocated for the past 15 years, with the funding reviewed annually by the Council.

The other organisations awarded grants were Surrey Heath Arts Council, Surrey Heath Sports Council, Blackwater Valley Countryside Partnership, Camberley Central Job Club and Tringhams lunchtime club, West End.

Cllr Josephine Hawkins, Corporate Portfolio Holder for Surrey Heath, said: “Voluntary organisations within Surrey Heath are hugely valued and do a fantastic job.

“They continue to provide crucial services – whether helping people in their daily lives, or contributing to the community through the arts, sport, or access to the natural environment.

“In these times of reduced funding from central government, while the council has limited resources from which to give grants, we are committed to recognising their vital work in Surrey Heath.”

The full list of Revenue Grants awarded is as follows:

Citizens Advice Surrey Heath: £80,000

Voluntary Support North Surrey: £30,000

Tringhams, West End: £13,000

Surrey Heath Age Concern: £10,000

Basingstoke Canal Authority: £10,000

Blackwater Valley Countryside Partnership: £10,000

Camberley Central Job Club £7,000

Surrey Heath Sports Council: £3,500

Surrey Heath Arts Council: £1,400

Action Fraud Alert: Improve Your Internet Security For Free

Here’s a message from Action Fraud Alert (Action Fraud, Administrator, National)

Better internet security in two minutes: Visit Quad9.net for a step-by-step guide on how to improve your online security in two minutes.

Domain Name Systems (DNS) are like public phone books for the web. They’re the reason you only need to remember a website’s name and not its IP address (think of these as phone numbers for computers). When you type “www.youtube.com” into a browser, a DNS service translates that into the associated IP address (199.223.232.0) for you.

Imagine a phone book that automatically filters and removes phone numbers known to be used for fraud. That’s what Quad9 does for websites. Quad9 provides an automated way to protect yourself and your business by blocking access to known malicious websites, like phishing sites designed to steal personal or banking details. Quad9 checks the website to determine if it’s malicious.

RIP ‘Fast Eddie’ Clarke of Motörhead

Eddie Clarke, nicknamed ‘Fast Eddie’, of legendary rock band Motörhead, has died at the age of 67, as reported on the band’s Facebook page.

The three Motörhead band members, Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister vocal and bass, Eddie ‘Fast Eddie’ Clarke guitar, and Phil ‘Philthy Animal’ Taylor drums, now sadly all gone, play one of my favourite rock anthems, in Ace of Spades. I wrote this, about the song, a while ago HERE,

Released in 1980, Ace of Spades is the definitive Motörhead anthem. It’s brash, fast, loud, and raucous. A true classic heavy metal style rock song. The three bands members, Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister vocal and bass,  Eddie ‘Fast Eddie’ Clarke guitar, and Phil ‘Philthy Animal’ Taylor drums, make one helluva noise. Again this YouTube video, while not up to the quality or the popularity of later versions, has the necessary raw energy.

In 2007 I wrote here about Fast Eddie being mentioned in a parliamentary debate, and Lemmy is wont to relate the importance of the West Midlands in heavy metal rock history.

Surrey Heath Veterans & Families support group January 2018 newsletter

Always happy to promote the good work of Surrey Heath Veterans & Families – Listening Project, a small tightly-focussed support group that helps veterans and their families find their way through to the myriad of support services.

Here’s their January 2018 newsletter. To expand, click on the upward facing arrow at the bottom right-hand corner. I read that they’re moving to new premises in February, a definite plus for car parking.

Surrey Heath Police crime bulletin: January 2018

Surrey Police Community Engagement Volunteer, David Howie, reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath, in the latest InTheKnow Bulletin for Surrey Heath.

  • Crime no.45170144917 – On 31/12/2017 at 00:52, in Upper College Ride, Camberley. Rear windscreen smashed
  • Crime no.45180000215 – Between 31/12/2017 from 23:00 to 01/01/2018 at 13:30, in Ian Goodchild Centre, Knoll Road, Camberley. Damage caused to ambulance
  • Crime no.45180000356 – On 01/01/2018 at 22:05, in London Road, Camberley. Unknown suspect has fired a weapon of some kind from a moving vehicle into a restaurant causing shot damage to a window.
  • Crime no.45180001195 – Between 02/01/2018 from 18:00 to 03/01/2018 at 12:00, in Ravenstone Road, Camberley. Christmas lights cable cut
  • Crime no.45180001390 – On 04/01/2018 at 10:50, in The Atrium, Park Street, Camberley. Male has shouted abuse at security when pass would not work has then attempted to lift the barrier and in doing so has damaged it (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180000176 – Between 31/12/2017 from 20:00 to 01/01/2018 at 10:15, in Victoria Avenue, Camberley. Number plate stolen from vehicle
  • Crime no.45180000424 – Between 01/01/2018 from 16:00 to 02/01/2018 at 06:00, in Watchetts Recreation Ground, Park Road, Camberley. Theft from motor vehicle and damage caused (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180001539 – On 04/12/2017 from 12:00 to 07:00, at Four Seasons, Springfield Road, Camberley. Spare wheel stolen from Land Rover Discovery
  • Crime no.45180001204 – On 03/01/2018 from 18:00 to 19:10, in Park St, Camberley. Pedal cycle stolen (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180001225 – On 03/01/2018 09:00 to 17:15, in Multi-Storey Car Park, Albert Road, Camberley. Theft of pushbike from car park (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180001581 – On 04/01/2018 from 17:05 to 17:25, in The Square, Camberley. Theft of a vaping device (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170144296 – Between 28/12/2017 from 23:00 to 29/12/2017 at 09:00, in Keogh Close, Ash Vale. Garage broken into and items stolen
  • Crime no.45180001092 – On 03/01/2018 at 12:00, in Worsley Road, Frimley. Couple have gone out for the day. On their return, have found their bedroom door damaged and open.  No property missing. (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45180000346 – On 01/01/2018 at 21:10, in Peel Avenue, Frimley. Projectile has smashed outer pane of glass of double glazed patio door
  • Crime no.45180000776 – On 02/01/2018 at 01:15, in Keswick Drive, Lightwater. Attempted to enter residential property via side door and left when dog barked.
  • Crime no.45180001582 – On 01/01/2018 from 19:00 to 19:00, in Blackstroud Lane West, Lightwater. Offenders have removed side Perspex window from shed but nothing has been stolen.
  • Crime no.45170144849 – On 18/11/2017 from 00:01 to 23:59, in Broadway Road, Lightwater. Two tyres on vehicle have been slashed.
  • Crime no.45170144651 – Between 29/12/2017 from 17:00 to 30/12/2017 at 08:30, in Broadway Road, Lightwater. Ongoing issue with cars being damaged whilst parked on Broadway Road, Lightwater.