Residents of a suburban area of Farnborough have been advised to be vigilant after two suspicious cat killings.

Members of South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty (SNARL) were in State Farm Avenue this morning after a dead cat was found.

The investigation into the so-called Croydon Cat Killer has been ongoing for almost four years – and is something police distanced themselves from last September.

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However, SNARL has maintained its own investigation into the deaths of hundreds of pets.

Boudicca Rising, one of the members, confirmed to News Shopper that the latest scare was the second incident in the same area of Farnborough in a matter of weeks.

She said: "We are waiting for vet confirmation.

"It's the second incident in the area since March 15 and we would advise people to please keep their cats in at night and to keep their eyes open.

"Please report anything untoward to us on 07961 030064 or 07957 830490."