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Nuthall East Crime Alert

Alert message sent 09/11/2017 12:04:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good afternoon,

 

Nuthall East –

 

Burglary Dwelling – 1

 

Croxley Gardens 09/11/2017 –

 

Caller reported at 0150 hours that their two black and blue vehicles had been broken into and items were removed and stolen from them. Two males in a silver vehicle dressed in all black were seen driving away. An alarm for one of the vehicles was heard going off and the caller looked out the window to see the interior lights on both the cars were on. A diabetic testing kit and a pair of house keys were removed and stolen from one of the cars. A set of house keys and the wireless house alarm key fob were left in one of vehicles. The suspect had taken these keys and had tried to open the door with key on the fob. The victims own house key was on the inside of door stopping the suspect from gaining entry. The suspect was also believed to have been pressing buttons on the keyless fob that controlled the house alarm. The offenders pressed buttons causing the control panel to sound including the panic button.

 

Theft From Motor Vehicle – 1

 

Colindale Gardens 09/11/2017 –

 

Caller reported that their ipod and drivers licence had been removed and stolen from inside their black car. There were no signs of a forced entry being made and this happened sometime between 2050 hours on the 08/11/2017 and 0715 hours.

 

Thank you,

 

PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437



 
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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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