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Jim Lavery (Surrey Police, PC, Waverley)
SUBJECT: BURGLARY DWELLING UPDATE- FARNHAM, GODALMING and HASLEMERE and areas surrounding
During August 2017, there has been a number of recent day time burglaries in these areas.
The offenders gained access to mainly the rear of properties and have entered the promises removing items of jewellery, cash and high value.
What are Police doing about it?
Police are urging residents to continue to check the security of their side entrances and rear boundaries. Make it part of your everyday routine.
Your local officers have enhanced patrols in the area.
On 23rd August 2017 Three males have been arrested and today charged with a number of local dwelling burglary offences by our colleagues in Sussex Police…But we cannot become complacent.
How can the Public help?
Do not be complacent…Lock it!
Keep your front and back doors shut and locked, even when you are home.
Secure side gates and rear boundaries.
Make a note of suspicious vehicles in your road or street.
Did you hear or see anything? If you have any information the please contact Surrey Police on 101
You can also contact CRIMESTOPPERS anonymously on 0800 555111.
Please report any crimes, incidents or concerns direct to our contact centre at the time by calling 101 (in a non-emergency) or 999 if there’s an emergency (where a crime is in progress or life is in danger). You can also report non-emergency matters on-line, via the Surrey Police website.
Register your tools for free – on IMMMOBILISE, the national property register where you can record makes, models, and serial numbers.
Further Crime Prevention Advice can be found on the Surrey Police Web pages. https://www.surrey.police.uk/advice/