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Nuthall and Strelley Village Crime Update

Alert message sent 05/11/2017 15:11:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good afternoon,


Nuthall East –


Anti Social Behaviour – 1


Colliers Way 28/10/2017 –


Caller reported at 1640 hours that four males were taking it in turns to ride an off road motorcycle. The motorbike was being ridden towards the roundabout and then along Millennium Way West.


Burglary Dwelling – 1


Hatton Gardens 29/10/2017 –


Caller that sometime between 2130 hours on the 28/10/2017 and 1020 hours unknown offenders had broken into their shed. The offenders had ripped the door off the shed and pulled the padlock off. Two grey adult mountain bikes had been stolen.


Suspicious Incident – 3


Drummond Drive 27/10/2017 –


Two reports received at around 1145 hours of a door to door salesman being pushy. An officer attended to the area and the male was seen and spoken to. The male had a licence and he was selling tea towels and house hold products. Relevant suitable advice was given.


Mornington Crescent 01/11/2017 –


Caller reported at 1800 hours that a group of three white males aged between 15 and 18 years were covering the lower parts of their faces and walking slowly around the street looking at houses. The males were around 5ft 8 tall and one was all in black with their hood up. Another male had a green hooded top on with dark clothing and the third male had a black hooded top on white stripes on the elbows.


Millennium Way West 30/10/2017 –


Caller reported at 1520 hours that three white males on the street had been trying to break into cars. All were aged middle teenage years to early twenties. An officer attended to the area after twenty minutes and conducted a negative area search for the males. 


Theft From Motor Vehicle – 5


Colindale Gardens 30/10/2017 –


An officer was flagged down by the victim who was working at an address wishing to report that tools had been stolen from the rear of their white van. The caller had been working at an address with his van parked around 50 meters away and while going backwards and forwards loading their tools onto the flatbed at the end of the day. The caller loaded a still saw, grinder and spirit level onto the flat bed and then went to pick up more tools, returning minutes later to find the aforementioned tools had been removed and stolen.


Gunnersbury Way 28/10/2017 –


Caller reported a break into their silver work van that had been left parked secure on the driveway. This happened sometime between midnight and 0900 hours. No obvious damage to suggest how entry had been gained. The glove box had been searched and the sun visors moved.


Horsendale Avenue 28/10/2017 –


Caller reported that a lawnmower had been removed and stolen from the rear of their black pick up. This happened sometime between midnight and 0600 hours and the vehicle was left parked secure on the road outside of the address.


Cedarland Crescent 01/11/2017 –


Caller reported that their white van had been broken into sometime between 1930 hours on the 31/10/2017 and 0750 hours. The van had been found open with no damage and a cordless drill was removed and stolen.


Knightsbridge Drive 28/10/2017 –


Caller reported that when they came to their grey vehicle the boot was partly open and there were items from the vehicle on the drive. There was no damage and the caller was certain that they had locked it. This happened sometime between 2130 hours on the 27/10/2017 and 1030 hours. A phone charger had been removed and stolen. The caller believed they heard something at around 0500 hours.  


Nuthall West –


Anti Social Behaviour – 1


Kimberley Road 31/10/2017 –


Caller reported at 2125 hours that 22 motorcycles had just passed by with half on one side of the bollards and some were doing wheelies and some didn’t have their lights on. The group then went on to Nottingham Road towards Nuthall roundabout.


Burglary Dwelling – 1


Kimberley Road 27/10/2017 –


Caller reported that they and their partner were watching television downstairs from 1815 hours and at 2115 hours the caller went upstairs to close the curtains. As the caller got upstairs they were greeted by items strewn across the floor in the master bedroom and the same thing had happened in all three bedrooms. Items of jewellery and cash had been taken from the address along with a watch.


Criminal Damage – 1


Beech Avenue 01/11/2017 –


Caller reported that at around 2020 hours an item had been thrown at the living room window and it had chipped the window. A neighbour had seen some lads making off and they told caller it was the lads that caused the damage.


Suspicious Incident – 1


Laurel Crescent 03/11/2017 –


Caller reported that at around 0155 hours on their CCTV two males were seen walking in between nearby gardens and onto the callers looking into car windows.  


Theft Other – 1


Springland Farm Cottages 30/10/2017 –


Caller reported that a key safe had been removed and stolen from the right hand side of the front door. This happened sometime between 2130 hours on the 29/10/2017 and 0950 hours. Both the front door key and patio door key had been removed and stolen.


Strelley Village –


Anti Social Behaviour – 2


College Way 02/11/2017 –


Two reports placed at around 1955 hours of a group of youths causing a nuisance in the estate including on the children’s play area. An officer attended to the area and conducted a negative area search for the group.


Thank you,


PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437

Message sent by
Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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