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Woman robbed on her own doorstep for bag full of mugs

A woman was dragged to the ground and robbed on her own doorstep for a handbag full of mugs. Tia Said, 24, was attacked outside her home in Wallington, Surrey last week. CCTV footage shows a man in a white hood calmly approach Tia as she opens her front door. Anyone with information can contact police on 101.

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Surrey Police make house-to-house enquiries over boy 'abducted and bundled into a van'

Surrey Police in house-to-house enquiries over 'boy 'abducted and bundled into a van' Credit: Surrey Police

Surrey Police say they are continuing house-to-house enquiries over a 'boy reported to have been 'abducted and bundled into a van'.

Surrey Police said in an update this morning:

  • Officers have had no reports of a missing boy
  • Police ruled out the van with the roof rack in a CCTV image on Friday, but are still looking for a similar vehicle
  • Officers believe the witness is credible an are taking his report seriously. Surrey Police say they are compelled to act on the report
  • Police were at Redhill train station yesterday handing out flyers with the new image
  • Officers are continuing to do house-to-house enquiries in the area, as the investigation continues
  • So far nothing has come to light that indicates a child has come to harm, police say

Police rule out van on CCTV over child 'abducted and bundled into van' in Surrey

The van pictured has been ruled out. Credit: Met Police

Police have now ruled out a van pictured on CCTV after earlier appealing for help after a young boy was reportedly bundled into a van and abducted during rush hour.

A witness said they saw the boy, believed to be aged six or seven, being taken into the side of a black VW transporter in Redhill, Surrey at 4.43pm on Thursday.

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