Two people in court in connection with Byfleet burglaries
November 11, 2014, 5:45 pm
A man and woman have appeared in court in relation to a series of burglary offences in the Byfleet area.
Dawn Bulford, 31, and Gary Turner, 35, both of Grove Road, Chertsey, appeared at South East Surrey Magistrates Court yesterday (Monday 10 November).
They are charged with two counts of burglary relating to alleged offences at properties in Mowbray Avenue and another in a road near to Rectory Lane, an attempted burglary at a property in Mowbray Avenue and going equipped for burglary in Conquest Road. Turner is also charged with driving whilst disqualified.
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The offences are all alleged to have occurred on November 7.
They have been remanded in custody to appear at Guildford Crown Court on November 20.
Surrey Police is currently running a regional campaign to target the annual increase in burglaries until November the 16 this year. It is encouraging the public to remember the three important principles of Light it, Lock it, List it.
For more information and for up to date crime prevention advice visit http://www.surrey.police.uk.
You can also register your property on the world’s largest property database www.immobilise.com in just a matter of minutes, so that if you have items stolen that are recovered, they can be easily reunited with you.