Four burglars appear in court accused of Tandridge offences
Four people have appeared in court for burglary and theft offences allegedly committed in the Tandridge area.
The offences took place in the following locations:
- Westlands Way and Gordons Way, Oxted – night of February 27
- Alexander Walk, Caterham and Searchwood Road, Cloverly Avenue, Westhall Road all in Warlingham – night of March 2
- Tupwood Lane, Caterham night of March 9
- Placehouse Lane, Coulsdon – night of March 16
- Tydcombe Road, Warlingham – night of March 20
The following people have been charged with conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit theft, in relation to the above offences:
- A 15-year-old who cannot be named for legal reasons.
- Kane Arthur Corby, 19, of Potterne Close, London
- Jason Leonard Raddon, 38, of St Hellier Avenue, Morden
- Jack Patrick Scott, 18, of The Beeches, London
They all appeared at Staines Magistrates Court on Friday March 23 and have been released with strict bail conditions including electronic tagging to next appear at Guildford Crown Court on April 27 2019.
Detective Inspector Paul Gordon said:
“We have a dedicated resource to crackdown on burglaries in the east of Surrey and will continue to do what we can to bring offenders to justice.
“We know just how intrusive and I+++
nvasive it is to be the victim of a burglary and are working extremely hard to reduce the impact it is having in our county.
“I would urge the public to work with us on this and take steps to make life as difficult as possible for potential burglars by reviewing your home security and follow some simple advice on our website www.surrey.police.uk/burglary.”
Surrey Police is now a SelectaDNA force, to help make our county a no-go area for burglars. SelectaDNA is a forensic marking product that acts as a deterrent to burglars.
For Surrey residents, a discount of 50% with free P&P is available on SelectaDNA Home kits. Just visit www.selectadna.co.uk and use the discount code ‘DNASURREY50’ to order a kit for just £29.75.