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Crime Report Hucknall and the Rural Villages for the week to Thursday 19 October 2017

Alert message sent 19/10/2017 21:50:00

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Crimes reported over the past seven days.


Burglary Dwelling

None reported this week.


Burglary Other

Around noon on Sunday13 October in Lancaster Road, Hucknall, a green and blue coloured ladies pushbike was stolen from a shed.


Between 9.00am on Friday13 and 8.30am on Saturday14 October in Taupo Drive, Hucknall, an attempt was made to break into a garage.


Around 6.20am on Friday13 October in Palmerstone Street, Westwood, an attempt was made to break into a shed.  The offenders were disturbed by the owners dog and made off.


Between 11.00pm on Tuesday 10 and 5.00pm on Wednesday 11 October in Kent Avenue, Jacksdale, a garage was broken into.  A jigsaw, hammer drill and two other drills were stolen.


Between 9.30pm on Sunday15 and 6.30am on Monday16 October in Byron Street, Hucknall, a shed was broken into.  A man’s road bike - Black with orange and blue markings was stolen.


Between 7.00pm on Sunday15 and 10.30am on Monday16 October, in Holbeck Road, Hucknall, a shed was broken into and the following items were stolen.  A light blue Quad Bike, 24v DeWalt SDS drill with battery and charger, 18v Makita drill with charger and two batteries, Bosch 110v grinder and a 110v transformer.


Between Friday13 and Tuesday17 October in Church View Gardens, Annesley Woodhouse a garage was broken into. A petrol driven lawnmower, golf clubs and an electric trolley were stolen.


Theft of motor vehicle

Overnight Thursday12 to Friday13 October in Sherwood Street, Hucknall, a green Yamaha XJ900 was stolen.


Theft from motor vehicle

Around 3.40am on Monday16 October in Shortwood Avenue, Hucknall, a blue Vauxhall Astra estate car was broken into.  A DeWalt electric drill was stolen.


Between 2.30pm on Sunday15 and 4.30am on Monday16 October in Willow Driven Sherwood Business Park, Annesley, a trailer was broken into.  We do not know if anything was stolen.


Between 6.00pm on Sunday15 and 6.15am on Monday16 October in Main Road, Jacksdale, A Vauxhall van in a car park was broken into and a Garmin Sat Nav was stolen.


Between 5.00pm on Friday13 and 9.00am in Monday16 October in Crown Street, Hucknall, a VW Caddy van was broken into. A tool kit which included a Makita electric screwdriver and a socket tester was stolen.


Between 7.30pm in Tuesday17 and 6.00am on Wednesday18 October in Rutland Road, Westwood, a black Mitsubishi Warrior was entered.  Debit and I.D. cards, sunglasses, cash and a set of property keys were stolen.


Between noon on Tuesday17 and 7.00am on Wednesday18 October in Hazel Grove, Hucknall, the number plates were stolen from a Peugeot 307 Turbo left in a car park.


If you have any information relating to the above criminal activity e.g. did you or anyone you know witness one of the incidents? Do you know who the person(s) responsible are? Have you noticed any suspicious activity prior to any incident? 

Or do you have any CCTV footage that may be of help? 

If so, please contact Stephen Swift, Intelligence Officer for Hucknall, by e-mail at or you can contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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