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Ram Raid at Camberley Heath Golf Club

9.02am 31st December 2013 - Course Development

The ram raid damage at Camberley Heath Golf Club
The ram raid damage at Camberley Heath Golf Club

Camberley Heath Golf Club experienced an attempted burglary on the night of 22nd December

The thieves drove into the main entrance of the doors of the Clubhouse between 9.40pm – 10.30pm causing significant damage to the entrance. The thieves gained access to the building, however were not successful in stealing anything.

Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses. It is believed that a 4 x 4 was used in the ram raid which would have had significant damage to the rear, Surrey Police would like to hear from anyone who may have seen such a vehicle or seen one that has been abandoned. Anyone who you can help should contact Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference 45130008594

Office Manager Stuart Dubber said: “’I am extremely saddened by the incident, especially over the Christmas period. We are thankful that nothing was stolen; I would like to thank Surrey Police for their help with the incident.  If anyone has any information please contact the police.”

Camberley Heath Golf Club, one of the finest courses in Surrey is a Harry Colt design classic. Set in 135 acres of heath land, framed by towering pines, the challenging 6,400 yard, par 71 golf course is a true test. Renowned for its mature fairways and subtle greens, the course still reminds faithful to Colt’s early vision.

Camberley Heath Golf Club

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