“Were you the man who helped with a road traffic collision in Shere last week?” This is the question that headlines a police statement this morning.
Surrey Police want to trace a man who stopped to help after a collision on Sandy Lane in Shere on Saturday (August 25, 2018). One of the even days of Wings & Wheels, at Dunsfold.
In the police statement, a spokesperson says: “At around 8.20am we were called to Sandy Lane following reports of an abandoned black Audi A3 partly blocking the road. The car was damaged and all airbags were deployed.”
Jonathon Morgan, 27, from Cranleigh, was arrested and charged with driving a motor vehicle when alcohol level above limit. He will appear at Guildford Magistrates Court on Tuesday, 11 September.
Police Constable Mel Tregay, who is investigating the incident said: “We are looking to speak to a man who we believe witnessed the incident and helped the driver after the collision.
“We are also appealing for other witnesses who may have seen the incident to come forward with any information and help us establish the exact circumstances.”
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Surrey Police on 101 or use report.police.UK and quote PR/45180091286. Alternatively, any information can be provided anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111.