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Nuthall Crime Update

Alert message sent 14/10/2017 14:38:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good afternoon,

 

Nuthall West –

 

Anti Social Behaviour – 1

 

Kimberley Road 14/10/2017 -

 

Caller reported at 0340 hours that a group of four youths had knocked over the barriers to the road works. There was a female and three males aged around eighteen years.

 

Criminal Damage – 1

 

Maple Drive 13/10/2017 –

 

Caller reported that sometime between 1800 hours on the 12/10/2017 and 0700 hours someone had kicked the wing mirror off the passenger side of their blue car. Overnight on the 25/09/2017 another silver car the caller owned had the same thing happen to it.

 

Theft Of Motor Vehicle – 1

 

The Spinney 12/10/2017 –

 

Caller reported that sometime between 0000 and 0620 hours an unknown offender had removed and stolen their motorbike from the driveway. The caller still had the keys and the bike was a Sim Fiddle in bright red and cream. At 1205 hours the caller updated someone had found parts from their motorbike namely the window screen and parts of the side panels which had been damaged. These parts were found on Oak Drive, Nuthall but the bike had not been located.

 

Nuthall East –

 

Anti Social Behaviour – 3

 

A610 13/10/2017 –

 

Caller reported at 1610 hours that they had seen a yellow motorbike with two teenagers on it heading out of Bulwell towards the A610 and Nuthall roundabout. The caller stated they appeared very precarious and were not in full control of the bike. No helmets or protective clothing were worn.

 

Gunnersbury Way 14/10/2017 –

 

Caller reported at 1335 hours that five white males were walking across peoples gardens and looking into car windows and house windows. The group were heading towards Mornington Crescent. The males were aged between sixteen and seventeen years and they were wearing tracksuit bottoms and Adidas tops. One male was blonde and one was dark haired.

 

Horsendale Avenue 09/10/2017 –

 

Caller reported that at around 1715 hours their cat had been shot with a .22 Caliber pellet that had shattered its leg bone. It was not known where the cat had been shot at but the caller found the cat on their back garden in the hedge bottom crying.

 

Suspicious Incident – 2

 

Nottingham Road 13/10/2017 –

 

Caller reported at 2230 hours that a white male aged early twenties ran across the road in front of the caller’s car and headed into the woods just past the Methodist church. The male had jeans on and a blue jacket. The male’s hair was a sandy colour and quite short and he was around 5ft 10, medium build. The male ran up the grassed bank between Nuthall roundabout and the underpass. This incident would likely to have been linked to a black car that failed to stop for officers on Sellers Wood Drive, Bulwell.

The car stopped at the end of Temple Crescent and the three occupants attempted to make off on foot. The driver and another male were detained.

 

Greenford Close 12/10/2017 –

 

Caller reported at 1945 hours that a male was walking around with his hood worn up. The male had been seen walking up and down the road. The male was wearing a black jacket and a beanie hat with dark jeans. Two officers attended to the area after twenty minutes and conducted a negative area search for the male.

 

Thank you,

 

PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437

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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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