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Help police after pursuit of Mini through Horley

Police are appealing for witnesses following a pursuit involving a blue Mini Cooper in Horley on Friday (12 April).

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At approximately 9.15pm, officers were in the Smallfield area when they noticed the blue Mini Cooper was driving dangerously. Officers carried out a pursuit of the vehicle, but lost sight of it.

Sergeant Chris Schultze, of the Roads Policing Unit said:

“If you were near Smallfield Road, or Chapel Road in Horley at around 9.15pm on Friday, and remember seeing a blue Mini Cooper driving dangerously, please come forward.

“If you were driving near either of those roads and have dash cam footage, please can you review it in case there is anything on there that may help with our investigations.”

Anyone with information please call 101 immediately, quoting crime reference number PR/45190038513 or tell us online via http://surrey.police.uk/TellUsMore

You can also give information, 100% anonymously, to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111; or through their anonymous online form: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/

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Witness appeal after 17-year-old grabbed by man in Horley

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Police are appealing for witnesses and dash camera footage from the Horley area last night after an incident in Ladbroke Road.

A 17 year old woman left her home for a walk at around 10pm on Saturday 22 August, and sometime later became aware of a man behind her as she walked north along Balcombe Road from the Kings Head junction (with Smallfield Road) towards the Shell Garage Roundabout. The man is believed to have followed her into Ladbroke Road, where he asked if she wanted him to accompany her home. When she refused he grabbed towards her, leaving her with a number of scratches.

The man is described as having a tanned complexion, with short hair. He is around 5’10” tall, or skinny build and was wearing a leather jacket and jeans. He had a local accent.

Neighbourhood officers have been visiting homes and businesses in the area conducting house to house enquiries and reviewing CCTV. Police are keen to trace the man involved, as well as narrow down the time frame for the incident.

The police are keen to speak to anyone that was walking, riding or driving along the B2036 (Balcombe Road) or Ladbroke Road; between 10pm last night and 01:30am this morning. Of particular interest is anyone who has any footage (mobile phone, CCTV, dashcam or helmet-cam footage) from the route between those two times – even if you believe it does not show the man (as this may still help to focus the time frame).

Anyone who believes that they may be able to assist with the investigation is asked to contact police using the chat or report online functions on surrey.police.uk or via 101, quoting reference PR/45200089153.

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