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17-year-old Maisie Laslett who went missing in the Frimley area this afternoon (Friday, 6 December) has been located safe and well.
The media and members of the public are thanked for their assistance.
Surrey Police is growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of a 17-year-old girl from Frimley.
Maisie Laslett, was last seen at around 12.30pm today (Friday, 6 December) in the High Street area of Frimley but has not been in contact with friends or family since.
Concerns are growing for Maisie as the clothing she was last seen wearing is not suitable for the low temperatures the area is currently experiencing.
Maisie is described as a white girl, around 5ft 11ins tall, of average build and with dark brown shoulder length hair (usually worn up). She was last seen wearing a pair of red Christmas pyjama shorts and a red top with a black and white waste length jacket.
Several units are carrying out a thorough search of the area.
If you see Maisie please contact Surrey Police immediately on 101 (999 in an emergency).
Officers are currently in the process of obtaining a photograph of Maisie and will issue this as soon as possible.
At a recent full meeting of Surrey County Council, members voted to allow the chairman of the local area committee the flexibility to allow recordings of the meetings.
The Surrey Heath Local Area Committee is chaired by Councillor David Ivison who invited the Residents Network to record tonight’s (5th December 2013) public question time.
Surrey County Council have announced that major repair works to a water main on the Bagshot stretch of the A30 is likely to cause “significant traffic impact with delays expected”.
Work will start early January 2014 continuing through for approximately 4 months.
Affinity Water will be undertaking an extensive mains replacement programme along the London Road, A30 through the Bagshot area.
This section of fresh water supply pipe work has a significant leak history and the installation of new durable plastic pipe work and will secure supplies of clean safe tap water to its customers now and in the future.
Works will be in the carriageway and a variety of traffic management measures will operate to ensure the safety of the public and operatives on site. These will include the use of two way and at times multi way temporary traffic signals and some minor road closures.
Advance warning signs will be erected at suitable locations and a letter drop to local residents will be carried out.
The works will be from the junction with the A322 through to approximately Notcutts garden centre although only sections of this total length will be worked on at any one time. A total length of approximately one mile.
Surrey Highways Street Works Manager said “Whilst every effort will be made to limit disruption, the use of two way or multi way temporary signals will delay journey times”.
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A woman from Lightwater has been charged with criminal damage following an incident on Sunday afternoon (1 December).
Dawn Love, 54, of The Avenue, Lightwater, has been released on bail and is due to appear at South West Surrey Magistrate’s Court in Guildford on 16 December.
Police were called to address in Lightwater just before 1pm following reports that a car had been damaged with blue paint.
Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses after a motorcyclist suffered serious injuries following a collision on the M3 this evening (Tuesday 3 December)
Officers were called to the southbound carriageway of the motorway between junction three at Lightwater and junction four at Frimley at around 6.15pm after the collision involving a Honda motorcycle and a VW Golf.
The rider of the motorcycle, a man in his 20s, suffered serious injuries and was airlifted to Southampton General Hospital.
Two lanes of the motorway were closed while an investigation was carried out at the scene. Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision or saw either vehicle prior to it to come forward.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Surrey Police Collision Investigation Unit on 101 or 01483 639922 quoting reference p13368324