Surrey Heath Police crime bulletin: November 2017: 2nd 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.45170125292 – Between 09/11/2017 from 00:00 to 10/11/2017 at 12:30 in Mitcham Rd, Camberley. Attempted Burglary
  • Crime no.45170125721 –  Between 09/11/2017 from 21:00 to 10/11/2017 at 07:00 in Church Road, Windlesham. Damage to ornamental bushes and electric lights.
  • Crime no.45170126929 – On 14/11/2017 from 12:55 to 13:06, in Stanhope Road, Camberley. Volkswagen Crafter offside wing mirror damaged
  • Crime no.45170127112 – Between 13/11/2017 from 08:00 to 15/11/2017 at 11:00, Wimbledon Road, Camberley. Dents made in white BMW Z4 with metal pole.
  • Crime no.45170127280 – On 15/11/2017 at 22:30, in Roxburgh Close, Camberley. Suspect(s) have broken into two parked vans and stolen a number of builder’s tools.  The neighbour has then driven home and found a number of items on the road, which alerted her to the incident.  (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170125625 – On 10/11/2017 from 08:45 to 09:00, in Gordon Avenue, Camberley. Suspect has gone to Travis Perkins and has been helped by staff to load goods into a white Volkswagen Transporter. Suspect has then been given a ticket to go to the shop with which to make payment. However no payment has been made. (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170125724 – On 11/11/2017 from 12:00 to 13:00, in Park St, Camberley. Theft of cycle.
  • Crime no.45170125740 – On 11/11/2017 at 12:45, in Grace Reynolds Walk, Camberley. Theft of bag containing cash from shopping trolley.  (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170125747 – On 11/11/2017 from 18:00 to 23:40, in Heather Ridge Arcade, Camberley. Bike stolen from communal ground floor area of block of flats.
  • Crime no.45170126628 – On 14/11/2017 from 12:00 to 12:45, in High St, Camberley. Theft of cycle (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170127932 – Between 15/11/2017 from 09:00 to 16/11/2017 at 18:45, in Horseshoe Crescent, Camberley. Have stolen an alloy Ford emblem from a black Ford Fiesta
  • Crime no.45170126876 – On 13/11/2017 from 10:30 to 19:30, in Frimley High St, Frimley. Silver Renault Clio had wing mirror smashed off whilst parked in Waitrose car park.
  • Crime no.45170126623 – On 13/11/2017 at 17:00, in Portsmouth Road, Frimley. Bicycle has been stolen.
  • Crime no.45170125731 – Between 08/11/2017 from 00:00 to 10/11/2017 at 00:00, in Benner Lane, West End. Attempted burglary of shed in garden.
  • Crime no.45170127633 – Between 15/11/2017 from 17:00 to 16/11/2017 at 07:30, in Chertsey Road, Windlesham. Detached garage of property undergoing renovation entered and property removed.
  • Crime no.45170127774 – On 15/11/2017 at 20:09, in Malthouse Lane, West End. Attempt break in causing damage. No entry gained (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170125136 – Between 09/11/2017 from 21:30 to 10/11/2017 at 10:00, in The Sports Ground, Church Lane, Bisley. Burglary of sports club
  • Crime no.45170126386 – On 10/11/2017 at 09:00, in Wellesly Cottages, Windlesham. Padlock has been taken off to gain entrance. Padlock has been taken away. No other damage to the shed. Petrol lawn mower, strimmer, and a can of fuel stolen
  • Crime no.45170127812 – On 16/11/2017 from 18:50 to 18:59, in Bracknell Road, Bagshot. Group of travellers have broken into Bugler Development building site by grinding off the padlock to set up an incursion.
  • Crime no.45170125297 – Between 09/11/2017 from 00:00 to 10/11/2017 at 12:45, in Mount Pleasant Close, Lightwater. Rear window has been smashed.
  • Crime no.45170125467 – Between 10/11/2017 from 19:30 to 11/11/2017 at 07:45, in Windle Close, Windlesham. Whilst parked on road white Ford Transit BG67 GCF fully loaded with Christmas trees and wreaths has been stolen (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170125890 – Between 11/11/2017 from 20:00 to 12/11/2017 at 11:30, in Church Road, Bagshot. Attempts made to break into victims van.
  • Crime no.45170125954 – Between 10/11/2017 from 00:01 to 11/11/2017 at 23:59, in Gloucester Road, Bagshot. Without forcing entry suspect has gained entry to a blue Ford Transit van parked on the driveway of an occupied house.  Has stolen items from inside the vehicle and made off from the scene leaving the vehicle’s doors shut
  • Crime no.45170127691 – Between 13/11/2017 from 09:00 to 16/11/2017 at 15:30, in Swift Lane, Bagshot. Theft of trade plates from within vehicle
  • Crime no.45170125153 – On 06/11/2017 at 16:00, in Hatton Hill, Windlesham. Quantity of York stone has been stolen from rear patio of large detached house.
  • Crime no.45170125317 – On 10/11/2017 from 12:30 to 12:37, in Station Road, Chobham. Theft of tools from white Mercedes Vito van in Tesco car park – CCTV available. (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170125446 – On 10/11/2017 at 23:45, in Yaverland Drive, Bagshot. Theft of items from white Ford Transit van
  • Crime no.45170127036 – Between 14/11/2017 from 18:00 to 15/11/2017 at 06:00, in Macdonald Road, Lightwater. Theft of windscreen wiper from silver BMW 118.
  • Crime no.45170127120 – Between 14/11/2017 from 17:00 to 15/11/2017 at 06:30, in Bagshot Road, Chobham. Screed pump taken from building site
  • Crime no.45170127355 – On 14/11/2017 from 19:30 to 22:30, in Meadow Way, West End. Pedal cycle stolen whilst left at side of house next to an open gate.
  • Crime no.45170127759 – On 15/11/2017 at 21:20, in Station Road, Chobham. Blue Ford Focus index KB52 BJU driven to pump 8; filled with 24.41 litres of unleaded fuel to the value of £30; driver has not entered shop and has made no attempt to pay (Under investigation)

Good News from Surrey Heath Neighbourhood Police Team

David Howie (Surrey Police, Community Engagement Volunteer, Surrey Heath) sends this communique from Surrey Heath Neighbourhood Police Team.

    • Property Closure.  70a Bagshot Green was closed by police on Saturday 4th November and after a quick court hearing on Monday 6th November the case has been adjourned until 13/11/2017 where a full closure hearing will be heard.  The closure has come about due to on-going reports of ASB and drug activity linked to the property.  This is the 8th property closure in which the Surrey Heath NT have completed in this calendar year and is another example of showing how we will robustly deal with ASB.
    • Male charged with theft.   A male has been charged with one count of theft from the BP fuelling station, West End which was committed in October.  The male is due to be sentenced on 05/12/17 and after being found guilty of a number of thefts only the week prior.  Effecting the arrest quickly and efficiently has meant he will be back before the court soon.
    • Female charged with MOWP.   A female has been reported with two counts of MOWP (Making Off Without Payment) from the BP fuelling station, Bagshot which were committed in early November.  The female was arrested and reported for the offence which will subsequently see her in court in the near future
    • Arrest on Warrant.   A local Camberley man who is known to evade police was arrested on warrant on 09/11/17 after being spotted by local PCSOs.  The male will remain in police custody and placed before the next available court.
    • Male arrested on suspicion of Burglary.  A Camberley man was arrested on suspicion of burglary on 10/11/17 after being located by local PCSOs.  The male remains in police custody where an investigation is on-going.
    • Female removed from The Square (formerly the Mall, Camberley).  A female was removed from The Square, Camberley after being abusive and threatening to The Square Security on 09/11/17.  Evidence was gathered by the local team whilst the female was interviewed by officers from the Area Patrol Team. The matter is under investigation with a positive outcome appearing likely. 

Surrey Heath Police crime bulletin: November 2017: 1st update

Surrey Police Community Volunteer, David Howie, reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath, in the latest InTheKnow Bulletin for Surrey Heath.
  • Crime no.45170122200 – Between 02/11/2017 from 16:30 to 03/11/2017 at 07:00, in Horseshoe Crescent, Camberley. Shed and vehicle broken into, nothing stolen
  • Crime no.45170121909 – On 01/11/2017 from 21:00 to 23:59, in Moorlands Road Camberley. Criminal damage caused to silver Peugeot Partner vehicle, wing mirror pulled off
  • Crime no.45170122144 – On 02/11/2017 19:56, Carshalton Road, Camberley. Dacia Duster vehicle has been hit with egg.
  • Crime no.45170122513 – Between 03/11/2017 from 19:30 to 04/11/2017 at 08:45, in Surrey Avenue, Camberley. Theft of both number plates from a Ford Fiesta car
  • Crime no.45170124807 – Between 08/11/2017 from 14:10 to 09/11/2017 at 16:00, in Pembroke Way, Camberley. Theft of pedal cycle
  • Crime no.45170122206 – On 03/11/2017 at 19:00, in Longmeadow, Frimley. Suspect has forced open a kitchen window at the front the property, untidy search cash, jewellery and a black air rifle stolen (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170122930 – Between 04/11/2017 from 19:00 to 05/11/2017 at 09:00, in Buckingham Way, Frimley. Corrosive substance has been thrown onto Ford Focus vehicle causing damage to the paintwork
  • Crime no.45170122512 – Between 03/11/2017 from 19:30 to 04/11/2017 at 07:10, in Salisbury Grove, Mytchett. Have stolen tools from victim’s van outside his home address overnight. Side door left open. Vehicle was locked but no damage caused. Makita items stolen- radio, drill, charger, and battery.
  • Crime no.45170122536 – Between 03/11/2017 from 17:00 to 04/11/2017 at 09:30, in White Acres Road, Mytchett. Tools stolen from a white Ford Transit van
  • Crime no.45170122543 – Between 03/11/2017 from 23:00 to 04/11/2017 at 10:45, in Ambleside Close, Frimley. Blue Ford Transit vehicle broken into overnight and tools taken
  • Crime no.45170122897 – On 05/11/2017 at 14:20, in Coleford Bridge Road, Mytchett. Ford Transit vehicle has been damaged while suspects have tried to enter
  • Crime no.45170123535 – On 05/11/2017 from 19:00 to 20:30 in The Mytchett Centre, Mytchett Road. Criminal damage to black Mercedes CLS vehicle
  • Crime no.45170122243 – On 03/11/2017 from 01:30 to 07:00 in Barnsley Close, Ash Vale. During hours of darkness have caused a large scratch along the full length of a Hyundai i10 vehicle parked on residential street.
  • Crime no.45170123929 – Between 01/06/2017 from  00:00 to 24/10/2017 at 00:00, in Caroline Way, Frimley. Have gone into loft of dwelling and stolen quantity of silver coins from case
  • Crime no.45170122184 – On 03/11/2017 from 18:30 to 18:50, in Damask Close, West End. Offenders have approached a large detached property on a residential estate. Have forced entry at the rear and made an untidy search of the property.  (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170121986 – Between 02/11/2017 from 22:00 to 03/11/2017 at 08:00, in Blackstroud Lane, Lightwater. Three highly modified go karts have been stolen from inside a garage on land next to informant’s house (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170122486 – On 03/11/2017 from 12:00 to 15:30, in Updown Hill, Windlesham. Offender climbed through open window, tidy search, took laptop and cash.
  • Crime no.45170122509 – On 03/11/2017 from 10:30 to 17:00, in Woodcock Drive, Chobham. Suspect/s have entered residential dwelling via insecure upstairs window and stolen jewellery.
  • Crime no.45170122835 – Between 04/11/2017 from 17:00 to 05/11/2017 at 00:30, in Commonfields, West End. Suspect has gained entry to a residential property by forcing a first floor window open, using an unknown tool and subsequently stealing jewellery. (Under investigation)
  • Crime no.45170122962 – On 05/11/2017 at 04:00, in Yaverland Drive, Bagshot. Outbuilding in garden entered and confectionery stolen
  • Crime no.45170122555 – Between 03/11/2017 from 20:00 to 04/11/2017 at 07:00, in Premier Inn, London Road, Bagshot. Have twisted driver’s lock off of Ford Transit van in Premier Inn car park to unlock doors, and stolen £600 of tools from within.
  • Crime no.45170123560 – Between 04/11/2017 from 21:30 to 06/11/2017 at 13:00, in Grasmere Road, Lightwater. Whilst parked outside victim’s home address n/s/f mirror has been broken off of silver Toyota Yaris
  • Crime no.45170123743 – On 23/10/2017 from 13:00 to 18:00, in Thorndown Lane, Windlesham. Ford Focus vehicle has been damaged
  • Crime no.45170124812 – Between 08/11/2017 from 18:30 to 09/11/2017 at 15:30, in Brookleys, Chobham. Parking sensor removed from red Hyundai i10
  • Crime no.45170124101 – Between 01/10/2017 from 21:30 to 06/11/2017 at 23:15, in Cedar Close, Bagshot. Offenders have attempted to force entry to the same vehicle with crowbars on 2 occasions and been disturbed; both incidents have only just been reported to police.

Surrey Heath’s Remembrance Sunday services

Surrey Heath Borough Council announce the Remembrance services on Sunday 12th November,

Surrey Heath will pay tribute to those involved in the First and Second World War, as well as more recent conflicts, during Remembrance Sunday services planned across the Borough on 12 November.

The Mayor of Surrey Heath Cllr Valerie White will attend St Anne’s Church, Bagshot at 10am.

She will later visit St Michael’s Church, Camberley, together with Chief Executive Karen Whelan, for a 2pm service.

A parade including The Mayor, Lt Col Tim Cave-Gibbs of The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, and SHBC Chief Executive Karen Whelan, will then be held along the A30 London Road from approximately 3pm. Wreaths will be laid at the War Memorial outside the RMA entrance in Camberley.

Surrey Heath MP Michael Gove is also due to attend.

Deputy Mayor Cllr Dan Adams will attend the service at St John the Baptist, Windlesham at 10.30am, then at 2.45pm he will visit St Lawrence Church, Chobham.

Honorary Alderman Alan Whittart will attend the service at All Saints Church, Lightwater at 10.20am, followed by an Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial.

The Remembrance Sunday services are organised by the Royal British Legion, with Surrey Heath Borough Council and the military working together to support the event.

Road Closures
Related road closures on 12 November include:

Bisley
10am – 11.30am: Church Lane between School Close and A322 Guildford Road.

Camberley
Road closures from 3pm to 4.30pm include:
– London Road (A30) between Knoll Road and Charles Street junctions.
– High Street, from St George’s Road to the London Road. Diversions via Knoll Road.
– Eastbound traffic on A30 London Road: Diversions via Charles Street, Southwell Park Road, Pembroke Broadway, Portesbury Road and Knoll Road.
– Westbound traffic on A30 London Road: Diversions via Knoll Road, Portesbury Road, Pembroke Broadway, Southwell Park Road and The Avenue.
– Traffic parked in the High Street beyond St George’s Road will need to U-Turn at Park Street, leaving via A30 London Road/Knoll Road diversion.
– Knoll Road between A30 and Camberley Theatre (between approx 3.45pm – 4.15pm).

Chobham
2.30pm – 4.30pm: The High Street from Chertsey Road junction to Station Road junction.

Lightwater
10.30am – 11.30am: All Saints Road closed.

West End
10am – 12.30pm: Church Road closed.

Windlesham
No planned road closures.

Surrey Heath Police crime bulletin: November 2017

Surrey Police Community Volunteer, David Howie, reports on recent thefts, burglaries, and criminal damage in Surrey Heath, in the latest InTheKnow Bulletin for Surrey Heath.
  • Camberley: Burglary – nothing to report
  • Crime No.45170120406 – On 30/10/2017 at 18:00, in Obelisk Way, Camberley. Suspect has caused damage inside of SUE RYDER CARE and has been arrested (Under investigation)
  • Crime No.45170120644 – Between 27/10/2017 from 08:15 to 30/10/2017 at 17:00, in Mardale Camberley. Superglue put into garage lock causing damage to the lock.
  • Crime No.45170121183 – On 31/10/2017 at 18:15, in Moorlands Rd, Camberley. Have banged repeatedly on victim’s front door shouting “we want sweets”. Victim has not responded, so have thrown red liquid over door, staining it.
  • Crime No.45170121590 – Between 31/10/2017 from 17:00 to 01/11/2017 at 15:15, in Springfield Rd, Camberley. Passenger window of a Nissan Juke, behind the driver’s, has been smashed.
  • Crime No.45170121909 – On /11/2017 from 21:00 to 23:59, in Moorlands Road, Camberley. Criminal damage caused to Peugeot Partner vehicle – wing mirror pulled off.
  • Frimley: Burglary – nothing to report
  • Crime No.45170121258 – Between 31/10/2017 from 18:10 to 01/11/2017 at 08:15, in Denton Way, Frimley. During hours of darkness have caused damage to Peugeot 107 in the form of scratches along 2 door panels and numerous long scratches to the bonnet.
  • Crime No.45170121560 – On 31/10/2017 from 19:00 to 21:00, in Frimley High Street, Frimley. BMW 118 has been scratched with an implement.  (Under investigation)
  • Crime No.45170120156 – On 23/10/2017 at 11:27, in Scarlet Oaks, Camberley, Frimley. Over a period of a week whilst parked on road, entry to a white ford transit van has been gained by attacking lock on o/s/f door lock and tools removed.
  • The Six Villages: Burglary – nothing to report
  • Crime No.45170119516 – On 28/10/2017 from 02:45 to 15:38, in Church Rd, West End. Damage to Fiat 500 motor vehicle parked on drive.
  • Crime No.45170119502 – On 28/10/2017 at 11:50, in Guildford Rd, Lightwater. Suspect has caused criminal damage to victim’s wing mirror of his Landrover Discovery in an unprovoked attack. (Under investigation)
  • Crime No.45170120638 – Between 24/10/2017 from 09:00 to 25/10/2017 at 06:00, in Benner Lane, West End. Have painted graffiti on duck house- “GF Gang” in 7 inch tall white letters.
  • Crime No.45170121445 – On 31/10/2017 from 22:35 to 22:45, in Poplar Ave, Windlesham. Damaged caused to property after persons thrown eggs leaving marks which cannot be removed without professional assistance therefore financially affected – no lines of enquiry.
  • Crime No.45170121663 – On 01/11/2017 at 12:00, in Oakwood Rd, Windlesham. Padlock for landlord’s shed has been broken. Not known whether entry has been gained or if anything has been stolen.

Some local Bonfire Night and Fireworks events 2017

Sort of feel a failure, as haven’t compiled a complete list of local bonfire and fireworks events, as I did in previous  years. Here’s what I’ve found out about this year’s events from posters and websites – see a montage of them below [Click on images to expand].

Sat 28th Oct: Chobham Rugby Club – Gates open 6:00 pm; Bonfire 7:00 pm, Fireworks 8:00 pm. Tickets  at the Gate, Adult (15+) £6, Child £4. (Please bring change)

Sat 28th Oct: Pine Ridge Golf  – Old Bisley Rd, Frimley Gates open 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm. Family £18, Adult £7, Child £3

Fri 3rd Nov: Windlesham Village Infant School Field, School Lane, Windlesham (opposite the School). Gates open 5.45 pm, Bonfire 6.30 pm, Fireworks 7.00 pm. Adult £7, Child £3

Fri 3rd Nov: West End Holy Trinity School, Benner Lane, West End, Gates open 5.30 pm, Bonfire 6.30 pm, Fireworks 7.15 pm. Adults £5, Child £3

Sat 4th Nov: Lightwater 1st Scouts – Jubilee Field, behind All Saints Church, Lightwater. Gates open 6:00 pm, Bonfire 7:00 pm, Fireworks 7:30 pm. £5 per person / £15 per family.

Some policing good news in Surrey Heath

This is the Good News part of the Surrey Heath Neighbourhood Police Team Communique, October 2017/ Issue 16, circulated by Surrey Police Community Volunteer, David Howie.

    • 7 Wardle Close, Bagshot. This property closure has been extended until 8th January 2018. This was originally put in place to protect a vulnerable resident who was having his flat used by drug dealers / users and causing significant distress to local residents. The extension will allow partner agencies to safeguard further the vulnerable resident and for all his living needs to be considered.
    • Criminal Behaviour Order.  A Camberley dog owner has been charged by Surrey Heath Borough Council for a dog abatement offence due to her keeping dogs which continued to bark and upset local residents. As a result the court also issued a 5 year Criminal Behaviour Order preventing the female from owning, living or frequenting addresses that house dogs.
    • Lucas Green Road, West End.  Following a burglary in Lucas Green Road, the local police team have retrieved the belongings that were found by local residents in and around the area and given them back to their rightful owner, including items that were taken which belonged to the victim’s mother that could not be replaced.
    • Lorraine Road, Camberley.  It is good to know that the work we do with our partners to stop people causing misery to others really does work.  Our Anti-social Behaviour team attended Guildford Magistrates Court on Monday 9 October to apply for a discharge to a property closure that was granted on a flat in Lorraine Road, Camberley in May this year. This means that rather than waiting until November when the order expires, Accent Housing can now enter the property to carry out the necessary repairs and place a new tenant in the property a lot quicker.

The flat was originally closed down due to ongoing anti-social behaviour such as drug use and dealing. There was also a stream of undesirables visiting the property at all times of the day and intimidating and being abusive to other residents living in the block. The tenant was not capable of adhering to the terms of his tenancy and chose an anti-social lifestyle over the rights of his neighbours to enjoy their home environment.

Neighbourhood Sergeant Michael Knight is delighted with the outcome of the closure: “Since the property was closed in May, we haven’t received any calls about anti-social behaviour in this block and I believe this is a direct consequence of the closure order. Residents have told us that their children are sleeping properly now and are able to play outside and they’ve got their freedom back. Other residents have told us they feel much safer now, there’s no noise and it has changed their lives completely.  My team routinely patrol Lorraine Road and they’ve noticed a marked improvement in the area – there is far less foot traffic in the area now and the residents in the block of flats are happy and their lives have returned to normal. This is as a direct consequence of the closure order.  “I think this is a really good example of how we can work together with partners, in this case Accent Housing, to bring about a successful outcome for our residents.”