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Mansfield and District Crime Report

Alert message sent 31/08/2017 12:38:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT – 7 DAYS TO THURSDAY 31st August 2017. (Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler).

 

Crimes reported over the past 7 days, 12:00 24th August - 12:00 31st August 2017.

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.

 

Berry Hill

 

Theft from a motor vehicle:

On Friday afternoon a Transit van parked on Harlow Avenue was broken into and a number of items taken.  

 

Church Warsop

 

Burglary dwelling:

On Sunday evening a house on Sookhome Road was entered by offenders via an unlocked rear door. A handbag containing cash and cards was taken along with a mobile phone and the keys to a car which was then also stolen.

 

Theft of a motor vehicle:

On Friday afternoon a green Kawasaki motorcycle was stolen from outside an address on Wood Lane.

 

Cumberlands

 

Burglary dwelling:

The door panel of a house on Bosworth Street was damaged in a burglary in the early hours of Friday morning. Nothing was stolen from the property.

 

Eakring

 

Burglary other than dwelling:

A car sales company on Big Barn Lane was broken into overnight on Friday. A search was made of the property but nothing of value was taken.

 

Theft from a motor vehicle:

Overnight on Sunday a car parked on Eakring Road was broken into after offenders smashed a rear side window, a TomTom sat-nav was stolen.

 

Theft of a motor vehicle:

On Monday evening a white Audi estate car was stolen from outside a public house on Southwell Road West.

 

Grange Farm

 

Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

Overnight on Thursday 24th a car parked on Seaforth Square was deliberately scratched.

 

Ladybrook

 

Burglary dwelling:

On Tuesday afternoon a property on Tennyson Street was entered after offenders smashed a ground floor window, two mobile phones were stolen. On the same afternoon another property on Tennyson Street, a shared accommodation property, was entered and a number of items taken.

 

Lindhurst

 

Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

A golf ball was thrown at a car which was driving on the Ransom Wood Business Estate on Sunday afternoon, causing damage to the bonnet.

 

On Wednesday afternoon a lorry driving near to the Kirklington Road roundabout was damaged by a missile which was thrown at the vehicle and hit the windscreen. That same evening a number of youths were witnessed to be throwing rocks at the same location and the windscreen of a car was damaged.

 

Pleasley Hill

 

Theft of a motor vehicle:

An offender drove away with a vehicle from a car sales company on Chesterfield Road North after requesting a test drive. The car, a white Volkswagen Polo, was taken on Monday afternoon.

 

Portland

 

Burglary other than dwelling:

Over the weekend an attempt was made to enter business premises on the Oakham Business Park. Offenders forced open the fire doors but were unable to then break in to the doors to the building.

 

In the early hours of Sunday morning a unit on the Hermitage Lane business park was broken into after offenders smashed a window.

 

At an exact time and date unknown the shed of a property on Cambridge Street was entered after offenders removed the lock. Equipment including a filtration system was taken.

 

Overnight on Wednesday the petrol tank of a vehicle parked in the Abbey Trade Park was damaged in an attempt to steal fuel.

 

Theft from a motor vehicle:

On Monday afternoon an offender stole a holdall containing a number of packets of cigarettes whilst the owner was loading the vehicle outside business premises on the Hermitage Lane industrial estate.

 

Ravensdale

 

Burglary other than dwelling:

On Saturday afternoon two vehicles were stolen from an address on Blake Crescent after offenders entered the unlocked front door and stole the keys.

 

Theft of a motor vehicle:

On the afternoon of Thursday 24th a black Suzuki motorcycle was stolen from outside an address on Ravensdale Avenue. The owner had left the keys in the vehicle.

 

Overnight on Monday a silver Vauxhall Astra Club car was stolen from outside a house on Carlton Street after the owner had left the keys with the vehicle.

 

Theft from a motor vehicle:

The number plates were stolen from a car parked on Shaw Street at an exact time and date known.

 

Sherwood

 

Burglary dwelling:

On Tuesday afternoon an offender entered a house on Westdale Road through an unlocked door and took the keys to a silver Yaris car which was then stolen.

 

Burglary other than dwelling:

A sports club on Debdale Lane was broken into in the early hours of Saturday morning. A fruit machine was damaged by the offenders.

 

Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

In the early hours of Sunday morning the wing mirror of a car parked on Wood Street was deliberately damaged.

 

On Wednesday evening a motorcycle parked outside a supermarket on Chesterfield Road South was damaged, offenders snapped the ignition cable.

 

Town Centre

 

Theft from a motor vehicle:

On Tuesday evening a car parked outside a town centre pub was broken into after offenders smashed the passenger side window. A number of tools related to hairdressing were stolen.

 

Warsop Birklands

 

Burglary other than dwelling:

The barn of a farm on Burns Lane was broken into and a number of tools, including a moisture meter, which is specifically related to farming, were stolen.

 

Other News/Appeals:

 

Police researchers to call on Nottinghamshire residents

Nottinghamshire residents are being given the opportunity to voice their views on policing in the county and say what they think Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping should set as policing priorities for the coming years.

The Commissioner is working with independent research organisation Information by Design to gather residents' views, as well as to get details about any crimes which they may have experienced but not reported to the police.

The findings of the research will help develop a clearer picture of extent of crime in Nottinghamshire and will be used to help the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner draw up plans and make decisions on further improving policing services.

Representatives from Information by Design are set to start knocking on doors, explaining what they are doing and leaving a survey with the resident. They will call back at an appropriate time to pick the survey up.

Encouraging residents to help with the research, Commissioner Tipping said: "It is vital that we know what local people think, to help us plan for the future in ways that meet their needs and wishes.

"If you are contacted by Information by Design, we do hope that you will spare just 10 minutes of your time to answer these very important questions. I thank everyone in advance who helps out with this important research."

 

Message ends.

Inspector Nick Butler

Mansfield District Commander



 
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Jill Fearick (Police, NHWN, Staff 7338, Mansfield Woodhouse (Mansfield North)

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