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Surrey Police - Murder of Robyn MERCER

Surrey Police are appealing for information relating to the murder of Robyn MERCER in West Molesey on 13/14 March 2016.

Details of Incident

Mrs Mercer’s body was discovered at a residential address in Walton Road, West Molesey just after 8am on Monday, 14 March 2016. Since that time officers have been carrying out a number of enquiries as part of a complex case to establish what happened.


Three people have come forward after CCTV images were released by detectives as part of the ongoing investigation. They are currently being spoken to as potential witnesses.


Senior investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Colin Pirie from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team, said: “This case remains an ongoing investigation for this force and we are as determined as ever to find those responsible for robbing a family of a loving and caring mother who was callously murdered outside her home".

“Mrs Mercer was devoted to her son and daughter who have been through incredible emotional turmoil since her death. We need the public’s help to solve this case and allow her family to find some form of closure".


"We would like to thank all those who shared the CCTV images and I am happy to report that all three people have come forward and are currently being spoken to as potential witnesses.


“We know that someone out there knows what happened to Robyn and who killed her. We do not want her family to have to wait any longer to find out those answers. If you do have some information think about living the rest of your life with a clear conscience and do the right thing."

We continue to urge anyone with information around the circumstances of Robyn's murder to contact us.


Contact Information

If you would prefer to speak to someone, please contact Surrey Police on 101 quoting Operation Zebu. Alternatively, you can contact the independent crime fighting charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or through their anonymous online form at