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Hit and run into the river

Police are gravely concerned over the whereabouts of a man who jumped into the Thames at Surbiton after a crashing his car. No one has heard from Paul Cousins since March 20 when the incident happened. Police fear he may have drowned.

After crashing his silver Vauxhall Vectra and being chased by several of the occupants of the affected cars, he jumped into the river and hasn't been seen since.

Police are appealing for anyone who has not come forward already to contact them at Esher Police Station on 0845 125 2222.

Read more in the Richmond and Twickenham Times...

Smurf drugs swoop

Police raided a home in Ellerton Road on December 3rd seizing crack and heroin and arresting 13 people.

Police were alerted by neighbours who had grown suspicious by the large number of people and cars visiting the house.

After several weeks of a stake out operation the police named 'Operation Smurf' the raid netted 42 crack cocaine rocks and 24 heroin wraps. Two men were arrested under suspicion of dealing and eleven others. The two men were charged at Kingston Magistrates' Court the following day.

Read more in the Kingston Guardian...

Vandal told to clean up

A graffiti vandal has been ordered to repair his damage after a tagging spree centred in Surbiton.

Tom Coles, a 21 year old student living at Knights Park, has been told to serve 160 hours special 'enhanced community punishment', after admitting 26 counts of criminal damage.

His distinctive NFC tag had been appearing throughout the Surbiton, Kingston and Berrylands area over a period of a few weeks.

He was finally caught after being captured on CCTV whilst spraying his tag on the Bar Eivissa in Kingston.

Read more in the Kingston Guardian...

Conman alert

Keep clear of anyone claiming to need access to your home. Especially if they're aged 30, 5' 5'' tall, slim and with a London accent.

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