Surrey Police: Crimewatch Roadshow is coming Live from Surrey Later This Week
Crimewatch Roadshow is coming live from Surrey later this week as officers and staff prepare to appeal to the nation for help in solving some unsolved cases as well as demonstrating how they keep our county safe.
On Thursday 3 July and Friday 4 July various detectives from CID will appeal for information on a number of unsolved crimes from around the county, including armed robbery and theft. They will be joined by neighbourhood officers who will be offering advice on keeping your property safe and secure.
The shows will focus on tackling rural crime across the county, and the work we are doing around preventing and detecting burglaries. You will also get an insight into the work which goes on behind the scenes at Surrey Police.
Detective Chief Inspector Antony Archibald, said: "We have worked with BBC Crimewatch on a number of occasions and have some excellent results on the back of these cases. Officers and staff have been working with the show for a number of months putting together reconstructions and appeals for crimes which we need help solving. This is also an excellent opportunity for us to give members of the public a look at what goes on behind the scenes at Surrey Police ad how we keep the community safe".
Crimewatch Roadshow is due for broadcast on BBC1 at 9.15am on Thursday 3 July and Friday 4 July, and will be available on BBC iPlayer for 24-hours after transmission.
Any suspicious incidents should be reported to the police on 101 quoting the Crime reference number as appropriate.
If you need to contact us in the meantime, you can reach us on Email: email@example.com or Call: 101.
Information from Surrey Police
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