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Surrey Police volunteer, and Neighbourhood Watch Administrator, Stephanie Edwards 20420 [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374] reports on a recent burglary in Surrey Heath in her latest Neighbourhood Watch Burglary Bulletin
- Crime reference – 45160003430: Between 20.30pm on 12/01/2016 between 12:12 and 07.15am on 13/01/2016 at Cordwalles Junior School, Camberley. Forced entry and taken items from two classrooms.
Surrey Police volunteer Stephanie Edwards 20420 and Neighbourhood Watch Administrator [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374] in her latest bulletin reports on recent burglaries in Surrey Heath.
Crime reference – 45150046374 on 02/06/2015 – 14.55pm and 15.35pm Burglary occurred in Old Pasture Road, Camberley. Entry gained to Garage by forcing of Lock Garage door left open. Nothing was stolen.
Crime reference – 45150046445 between 31/05/2015 – 19.30pm – 02/06/2015 – 20.30pm. Burglary occurred in Brook Road, Bagshot. Access gained down rear side of house. Access through side door of house. Stolen. 2 PS4 games and controller
Crime reference – 45150037281 between 05/05/2015 – 22.30pm 06/05/2015 – 06.30am. Burglary occurred in Waggoners Hollow, Bagshot. Entry gained via front door, used implement either through letter box or between front door frames to slide the latch. Tidy search conducted, handbag stolen include bank cards and store cards.
Crime reference – 45150037283 between 05/05/2015 – 22.00pm – 06/05/2015 – 06.00am. Burglary occurred in Elizabeth Avenue, Bagshot. Access gained entry via rear patio door, tidy search conducted, stolen handbag with items, iPad/speakers.
Crime reference – 45150039335 between 12/05/2015 – 11.30am – 12.00pm. Burglary occurred in Victoria Avenue, Camberley. Access gained by climbing over a side gate to the house, prised open kitchen window by removing the beading, took out glass pane, entered property carried out untidy search, property stolen a Volkswagon Passat,(no registration number provided at present) a number of expensive items in car. Car was taken from driveway.
Attached to a recent crime bulletin from Surrey Police volunteer Stephanie Edwards 20420 – Neighbourhood Watch Administrator [Contact telephone: 101 Ext. 31374], was a detailed list of examples of bogus emails, phishing emails, and contact, purporting to come from HM Revenue and Customs.
The handy guide – Phishing_emails_and_bogus_contact – provides the examples, and the first paragraphs from the document are,
If you think you may have received a HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) related phishing/bogus email, you can check it against the examples shown in this guide.
It will assist our investigations if you report all ‘HMRC related’ phishing emails to HMRC. Even if you receive the same/similar phishing email on multiple occasions, please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org and then delete it. Do not open any attachments or click on any links within the email, as they may contain malicious software.