Updated 20 Oct 2017
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Crime in Tatsfield in October
Police hunt 'despicable and cowardly' thieves who took Alzheimer's sufferer, 77, to withdraw his life savings after telling him he needed to pay builders.
Two men came to Alzheimer's sufferer's home in Tatsfield on October 12. They told him they were builders who needed paying and took £150 in cash. Pair then took him to withdraw his savings but were stopped by a neighbour. Click HERE for full details.
On 4 Oct, in Ricketts Hill area, a man was seen sorting through an external mailbox (on a gate post) and quickly left when dogs started barking. Later, after having originally emptied it, several letters were found in the box. This may be someone using that address and its mailbox to collect illicit mail eg. credit cards etc.
If you have an external mailbox please be aware
Church Hill - A rucksack was stolen from a van whilst the victim was in church between 12.45 and 13.30 October 8th
Ninehams Road, between 06.00 and 19.00 a Stihl petrol chainsaw, an orange lead battery and a Halfords lead acid leisure battery were stolen from an unlocked garage
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Annual Community Safety Review - Tuesday 7 November
Tandridge District Council is inviting businesses and residents to the annual review of community safety in the district being held on Tuesday 7 November at the Council Offices, Oxted at 7pm. The meeting is open to residents and business in the district and is an opportunity for people to have their say about the issues affecting them and discuss how these can be solved by working together.
Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner, David Munro, the Council’s Chief Executive, Louise Round and senior officers from Surrey Police will discuss community safety work in the district.
To register for this free event, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01883 722000. While registration is not required for the event, it will help with planning. To find out more, e-mail Community Safety Manager, Hilary New, email@example.com.
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