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Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses following an allegation of serious sexual assault in London Road in the early hours of Sunday 28 February.
The victim, a woman in her 20s, left the Agincourt nightclub between 2.30am and 3am and headed towards the McDonald’s on London Road. Shortly after at approximately 3.30am she was assaulted near the meadows roundabout.
Officers are particularly keen to speak to a man who left the nightclub around 3.30am. He is described as white; around 5ft9 to 5ft10 in height, of skinny build with blonde hair that was short at the back and longer on top. He is believed to be in his early 20’s and spoke in a southern accent.
Detective Sergeant, Ross Linaker, said: “If you are the man we would like to speak to, you know who he might be or if you have any information at all please contact us immediately.
“We are carrying out an extensive investigation to establish the circumstances of this incident. Any information you have could help us piece together the events of that morning.”
Surrey Police information please call 101 quoting, 45160016854. Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police in Surrey Heath are appealing for witnesses following an incident in Camberley on Saturday, 28 November in which a 20-year-old woman was assaulted as she made her way home after an evening out.
The victim was walking along the A30 London Road away from the town centre in the direction of a McDonald’s restaurant at around 4am. She was with another woman and three men when they were approached by a group of three men. A verbal altercation ensued and the victim was punched in the face by an unknown man as she tried to intervene.
The suspect is described as a man of dual heritage, 5ft 11” tall, aged in his early 20s and of a slim build. He was wearing a white top with black writing.
PC Chris Bowers investigating said: “This was an aggressive assault on a young woman who was trying to keep the peace. I would urge anyone who may have been in the vicinity, whether driving by or making their way on foot, who may have seen this vicious incident to contact officers with information. We need to locate this suspect and bring the offender to justice. Surrey Police continues to work maintain the borough as a place for residents and visitors to feel safe and enjoy.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference 45150107881 or by using the online reporting system found at https://my.surrey.police.uk/splonlinereportingweb. Alternatively the independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.
In response to a comment made on ITV’s This Morning about Camberley being a potential target for terrorism we would like to reassure the public that we have no specific information to suggest there is a risk to the town.
We would also like to make it clear that it is particularly unhelpful for people to share speculative comments and rumours online which can cause unnecessary fear and worry.
Camberley is no more a threat than anywhere else in the country and members of the public should go about their normal business while taking all the usual security precautions.
It’s important that everyone remains vigilant and reports any suspicious behaviour or activity straight away.
Anyone who spots anything should call the confidential anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321 or 999 in an emergency.
No call is a waste of time. If you suspect it, report it.
If you see anything suspicious or have any questions or concerns please visit our Counter Terrorism page for further information.
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A Closure Order has been obtained on a property in Camberley after numerous reports associated with serious nuisance and anti-social behaviour.
The order at 39 Turf Hill Road was granted after evidence was heard at South West Surrey Magistrate’s Court in Guildford on Thursday 12 November, which demonstrated the property to be connected with a history of significant reports of ongoing anti-social behaviour.
Magistrates heard how residents’ lives had been impacted by the behaviour of the occupants, which made those nearby, including families with young children, feel threatened and fearful.
Surrey Heath Neighbourhood Sergeant Alan Poland said: “The impact of the occupants’ behaviour on their neighbours cannot be underestimated – they have caused people to feel intimidated and frightened in their own neighbourhood. This order, which was obtained in partnership with Accent Group Housing Association, should help the estate return to a peaceful enjoyable place to live and bring up families and demonstrates Surrey Police will not stand by while people make the lives of others a misery.”
The premises has been boarded up as a result of the notification with notices informing the public it is closed to protect the neighbourhood from future acts of anti-social behaviour. The order was granted with immediate effect under the Part 4 Chapter 3 Section 80 of the ASB Crime and Policing Act and the property will be sealed for a three month period providing respite for the community.
Accent Group is in the process of repossessing the property and if successful the tenant will be permanently excluded from the property. The order is in place until 11 February 2016 and anyone seen entering the property will be liable to arrest and is liable to receive a fine or face a custodial sentence for breaching the order.