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ADorkingshop threatened by a homophobic letter was told: "We have to listen to way to [sic] much crap from you gay's [sic]".

Surrey Policeis still conducting a hatecrimeinvestigation intoletters sent to Gilliangladrag Fluffatoriumin response to a celebration of gay pride.

The knitting shop,in West Street,is part of a group that had knitted rainbow coloured bollard covers in support of pride month - these were thenstolen less than 48 hours after they were put up.

Now,shop owner Gillian Harris has shownSurreyLiveone of the disgusting notes posted through the door just after the covers were taken.

It reads: "We have to listen to way to [sic] much crap from you gay's [sic] now I've had enough I'm straight and proud,I don't rub it in your face so I ask you do not put up gay banner's [sic] on our road again or I'll put up a banner of my own you will regret."

Photographs of the anonymous,homophobic and threatening letter sent to the Dorking shop

The letter was scrawled by an anonymous person,with officers so far unable to identify any suspects or make any arrests.

Since having the bollard covers stolen,the Fluffatorium has been appealing for the public's help in knitting a retaliatory item on a bigger scale.

Mrs Harris asked for knitted squares,in a colour of the rainbow,to be sent to the shop.

So far,more than 750 squares have been sent,including some from as far afield as the USA,Canada and Spain.

Anyone with any information that may assist officers can contact Surrey Police on 101,quoting crime reference number PR/45190059903.