Written by Ellis Ian Fields

Wednesday, 25 April 2012

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Pornography confiscated by police from Mr Credible today.

Dorking police today ransacked a local amateur photographer's home and confiscated the contents of his studio.

Officers from Dorking Central Division, accompanied by dog handlers and an armed response, unit descended on 27 Ladysmith Crescent shortly after 10am.

An hour later they left with hundreds of photographic prints, negatives, computer drives and cameras.

Home owner Mr Tobias Credible said: "They took everything - even my series of sunset landscapes that I was going to enter in the Dorking Photographic Pageant this summer. I'd worked on them for more than a year and was sure to be up for a gong."

Det Chief Supt Ford Snowdon, said: "We've been watching that scumbag Credible for months after a tip-off that he was involved in a pornography ring, taking and selling illegal images."

The Chief Supt, a keen photographer and member of Dorking Amateur Snappers, denied Mr Credible's accusation that the raid was a bid to clear the way for his own entries in the summer photo Pageant - a competition he has been trying to win for several years.

"That toerag will say anything. You mark my words, when we've sifted through this evidence that slag will be going away for a long time.

"You're local press right? You'll be sending a reporter to the Pageant then? Great."

Dorking police were involved in a similar row last week when a team led by Det Chief Supt Incapability Green dug up Colin and Beryl Handset's garden, the favourite to win this year's Dorking Summer Blooms contest.

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