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IKAM and police hold Tolworth home security seminar

Over 100 residents attended a seminar on home security aimed specifically at members and friends of the Indian Kairali Associated Movement.

Surbiton Hill SNT tackles drug dealers

Four warrants targeting class A and class B drug dealers were carried out simultaneously in the early hours of February 14 in the Surbiton area.

Four people were arrested and approximately £400 worth of drugs recovered. Three of the adult males were cautioned and one is awaiting technical and forensic analysis of the evidence.

Classic police car has pride of place in Surbiton festival

PC entrusted with classic police car in Surbiton Festival parade

Assault at Iceland Tolworth car park - witnesses sought

Shoppers witness assault in Iceland car park Tolworth

Appeal type:
Crime

Incident Date:
15/10/12

Incident Location:
Car Park attached to Iceland store, Tolworth, Kingston upon Thames

Description:
Witness appeal - Iceland Tolworth car park.

Police were called to deal with a suspected theft from Iceland, Tolworth on Monday 15th October at around 11.15 in the morning. Two people are still being sought for the theft.

One man has been arrested for an assault which occurred in the car park, following the theft. He has been bailed until November 27 pending further enquiries.

UPDATE: Kingston alleged attempted abductions

25 May 2012

Police in Kingston-upon-Thames borough would like to provide the community with the following update on the three reported incidents that occurred at schools on the borough last week.

The investigation to date, has led to the conclusion that these incidents are not linked as previously thought and do not amount to any criminal offences. A policing plan was put in place and extra patrols were instigated on the Borough and maintained to provide an increased visible presence outside local schools.

Sunray estate community clear-up

The problem of fly tipping has been an issue on the Sunray Estate, Surbiton for many years.

Alexandra SNT

On a glorious sunny Saturday [24th March] over thirty Tolworth residents brought together by the organisers of the Sunray Estate Residents’ Association, and supported by five members of the police’s Alexandra Safer Neighbourhoods team, joined together to clean up the service roads on the Sunray Estate.

"These roads had become a hotspot for anti social behaviour," says Sergeant Glen Forsyth "and the Sunray and Egmont Residents' Association with our support decided to do something about it. As soon as we got funding for the skips there was no stopping us."

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