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Do you recognise these men after attempted burglaries in Horley and other towns?

Three men are connected to separate incidents in Horley, Caterham and Epsom.



Police are appealing for more information on three men as they investigate two burglaries and two attempted burglaries in Surrey towns, including one in Horley.

On 21 August a man (centre image) tried to break in through the front door of a property in Church Road, Horley.

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Officers have been investigating the burglaries but now need help from the public to help identify people they would like to talk to about the following offences:

PR/451800885533: Two burglaries in Tilingdown Hill and Foxon Lane, Caterham on August 17. High value jewellery and cash taken from both addresses.

PR/45180089766: Attempted burglary in Church Road, Horley on August 21. Man has tried to break in through a front door and has run off.

PR/45180094471: Attempted burglary and burglary in Rosebank, Epsom on September 3. An attempt was made to break into one property and was unsuccessful. A shed was broken into at a second property and two fishing jackets and a child’s push bike were taken. A man ran off when challenged.

If you know who the men in the images are please call 101 and quote the reference number against their picture.

If you do not want to talk to an officer you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers and give information anonymously by calling 0800 555 111.


Langley Green man sent to prison after more than £13k drugs found in his home

A Crawley man found with nearly £13,500 worth of drugs in his home has been given a prison sentence.



Police conducted a warrant at the address of Matthew Stevens in Dobson Road, Crawley, after reports from members of the public regarding suspicious behaviour in the area was reported.

During the search on 15 July 2016, officers found a quantity of cocaine, spice and drug paraphernalia. Stevens, 44, was then arrested.

He was released under investigation and the Crawley Investigation team began a long and complex analysis of items seized from the address.

Stevens was charged in May 2017 and pleaded not guilty to possession with intent to supply class A (cocaine), possession of a class B and possession with intent to supply a psychoactive substance (spice).

He stood trial at Hove Crown Court and on Friday 2 November Stevens was found guilty by a jury and sentenced to a total of four years.

Detective Constable Mark Buckley said:

“Sussex Police work tirelessly to stop the supply of illegal drugs within our community.
“The presiding Judge recognised the severity of Stevens’ actions and imposed a sentence representing that.

“We are conscientiously robustly tackling drug issues in Crawley and urge anyone who notices any suspicious behaviour to report it to us without delay.

“Let’s work together to make Crawley a safe place. No one knows their neighbourhoods better than residents themselves, so please get in touch if something seems out of place.”

You can read police’s advice on how to report issues of drugs here.

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