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A ROGUE trader from Egham who tried to defraud an elderly Hillingdon man out of thousands of pounds was caught thanks to CCTV cameras.
Steven Ball, 20, was captured on camera trying to pressurise an 84-year-old man into paying £500 extra for work for which the pensioner had already paid £300 for.
A police panel meeting will take place on Thursday, August 11 at 7pm at the Hythe Centre, Thorpe Road.
The meeting is an opportunity for members of the public to chat with their neighbourhood policing team and raise any issues or concerns they may have.
Surrey Police is appealing for information following the theft of a sat nav from a car on Braywood Avenue overnight on Friday, July 15.
A silver Volkswagen Golf was broken into and a Tom Tom taken. The evening before, power tools were stolen from a van which was broken into.
Anyone with information on the Tom Tom theft should call 0845 125 2222.
Bike owners in the area are being advised to invest in quality, secure locks following continued thefts of bikes.
Following a spate last year of high value bike thefts, general thefts of the vehicles have continued with several incidents in past week.
Surrey Police are offering special bike-marking kits so owners can be reunited with their rides, if stolen.
Police officers will be keeping an eye out for motorists who have parked in an anti-social manner in response to concerns raised by the public.
Following complaints made to the local safer neighbourhood team, police officers in Egham town centre will be looking to ticket vehicles, or advise the owners of vehicles, parked in such a manner as to cause an obstruction.
Two men got involved in a heated argument on the forecourt of Egham Police Station at around 2.45pm last Wednesday (June 29).
A member of the public reported the incident after seeing a man in his twenties shouting at a man in his forties.
Officers from Surrey Police attended the situation and there were no reports of any injuries and neither party wished to pursue it any further.
Guns, drugs and cash were seized in raids across Runnymede yesterday morning (Thursday).
Surrey Police carried out a large scale proactive operation to tackle a sophisticated organised crime group believed to be involved in the supply of class A drugs and money laundering in Runnymede.
Operation Oxygen, which is one of a number of proactive initiatives to target organised crime across the county, involved approximately 200 officers who conducted early morning raids at nine properties in Egham, Lyne, Ottershaw, Chertsey and Shepperton.
A MAN aged 21 is in police custody after being arrested on suspicion of attempting to abduct a Magna Carta schoolgirl.
The suspect has been remanded in custody on 'other unrelated matters' while the investigation into an incident outside Magna Carta School in Egham continues.
Two new PCSOs have joined Surry Police this month.
James Barrett has joined the south Runnymede team, working Rowtown, Foxhills and Ottershaw. David Askew will be helping combat anti-social behaviour issues during his patrols in Egham Hythe, Egham and Thorpe.