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Nuthall Crime Update

Alert message sent 26/10/2017 19:55:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good evening,


Nuthall East –


Burglary Other – 1


Upminster Drive 26/10/2017 –


Caller reported at 0420 hours that they had delivered newspapers to the store and that the front shutter had been damaged and had been cut into pieces. The caller stated that an alarm had been activated. A further report was placed at 0530 hours when the caller went to use the cash machine and they noticed a large hole in the shutters and that a window looked to have been smashed. Two officers gained entry to the building and it was the pharmacy part of the store that had been broken into.


Criminal Damage – 1


Gunnersbury Way 20/10/2017 –


Caller reported that youths had thrown eggs at their house front and damaged the bricks slightly. This happened sometime last week.


Suspicious Incident – 1


Meadow Rise 20/10/2017 –


Caller reported at 0710 hours that there was a male that lives locally outside and he had been coming and parking up for the last couple of days. The male had already been there once in the morning for five minutes, the male left and returned and been parked up for ten minutes. The male sits in his silver car and on a previous morning he was there for over an hour. The male had been doing this at different times of the day the caller stated. Description of the white male, early fifties, suspected to be Eastern European, collar length curly thick very dark hair, no facial hair, medium build, 6ft tall.


Theft From Motor Vehicle – 2


Drummond Drive 22/10/2017 –


Caller reported that their white had been car broken into. The offenders smashed the front window screen and the driver door was left open. The car was left parked secure on the drive and this happened sometime between 1700 hours on the 21/10/2017 and midnight.


Millennium Way West 23/10/2017 –


Caller reported that their white panel van had been broken into whilst it was left parked secure in the hotel car park. The offenders gained entry by removing the plastic cap off from the keyhole area and turned this with some kind of instrument to gain entry. The caller suspected the offenders had popped the central locking and had been in the rear. Power tools were removed and stolen. This happened sometime between 1830 and 2025 hours.


Theft Of Motor Vehicle – 1


Millennium Way West 22/10/2017 –


Caller reported that their green car had been removed and stolen from the hotel car park. This happened sometime between 2000 hours on the 21/10/2017 and 0100 hours. The keys were not taken.


Nuthall West –


Burglary Other – 1


Springland Farm Cottages 22/10/2017 –


Calling reported that there had been an attempted theft from white panel van and their garage. The van was left parked secure outside of the house. This happened sometime between the 21/10/2017 at 2330 hours and 0800 hours. Nothing was taken from either. There was damage to the driver door lock and garage locks and frame.


Suspicious Incident – 1


Lime Close 19/10/2017 –


Caller reported that a black car had been parked outside their house and it had been there for around 30 minutes. The male and female occupants had walked off and left it. The occupants then returned to the car and sat with the headlights on. Two officers attended to the area after twenty four minutes and conducted a negative area search for the vehicle.


Theft Other – 1


Laurel Crescent 24/10/2017 –


Caller reported that half a green house had been taken. This happened sometime between 0915 and 1015 hours. The green house was left at the side of the house stacked up behind the bins ready to be taken to the allotment. The caller had been to the allotment during these times to take some other things there.


Thank you,


PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437

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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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