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‘I don’t care it’s not my emergency’ says Horley resident after putting note on Police car responding to emergency

Surrey police have posted a photo of the note that was left by an irate resident.

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Officer were rushing to reports of a distressed resident who was potentially being beaten up and also to an address where a child was.

The officers had parked in one residents space and upon returning to the vehicle found a note on the car.

Officer spoke to the resident and explained they were responding to an emergency but the response was:

“I DON’T CARE IT’S NOT MY EMERGENCY”

Surrey police have since said:

“We apologise for our inconsiderate parking during a potentially life threatening or death situation and we will try and be more aware next time. #SorryNotSorry”

In response to the post on their Facebook page other residents have added their own comments about the note saying:

“Park on my drive any time! We should support our emergency services not insult or criticise them”

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Imagine how miserable you’d have to be to act like that.

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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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