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Crime Report for Ashfield South week to 23 November 2017

Alert message sent 23/11/2017 17:26:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch in Nottinghamshire

Crimes reported over the past seven days.

Burglary Dwelling.

Between 8pm on Saturday 18 and 3.15pm Sunday 19 November in Montague Road, Hucknall car keys were stolen thought through the letter box and a black BMW series 3 car stolen.


At 5am on Wednesday 22 November in Glebe Street, Annesley Woodhouse an attached garage was broken into and a BMX bike and a quantity of tools were stolen. The word ‘Patch’ is written on the tools.


Burglary Other

Sometime between 15 and 22 November in Croft Avenue, Hucknall a garage was broken into but nothing was stolen.


At approximately 2pm on Wednesday 22 November a commercial property in Nuncargate Road, Annesley Woodhouse was broken into and a till and some stock were stolen. The till was later recovered.


Between 10.30pm on Tuesday 21 and 6.30am Wednesday 22 November in Glebe Street, Annesley Woodhouse a dark grey Carrera Subway bike was stolen from an insecure shed.


Theft of a Vehicle.

Between 8pm on Sunday 19 and 8am Monday 20 November in James Street, Annesley Woodhouse a Ford Transit and house keys were stolen.


Between 9.15am and 2.30pm on Sunday 19 November in Lime Tree Road, Hucknall an Electric Blue Vauxhall Corsa with blacked out windows was stolen.


Between 5pm on Saturday 18 and 9.55am Sunday 19 November in Desmond Court, Underwood a red Ford Fiesta Titanium turbo was stolen from a car park.


Theft from a Vehicle.

At 2.17am on Sunday 19 November in Paulina Avenue, Hucknall a white BMW series 1 was broken into and a projector stolen.


Between 4pm on Thursday 16 and 6.30am Friday 17 November in New Westwood, Westwood a double axle trailer was stolen from the back of a pickup. The trailer contained a petrol driven hammer drill.


Between 4pm on Saturday 18 and 8,30am Sunday 19 November in Kenbrook Road, Hucknall a Hyundai car was entered and a gym bag and a Vape pen were stolen.


Between 4pm on Thursday 16 and 4pm Sunday 19 November in Kenbrook Road, Hucknall a Honda Civic parked on a driveway was broken into and an iPod was stolen.


Sometime between the 9 and 11 November in Langton Hollows, Selston a Ford Transit van was broken into.  A combi drill, battery and charger, Makita drill and jigsaw, Silverline saw, Bosch sander, van documents and spare key were stolen.


Between 5.15am and 12.30pm on Monday 20 November in Papplewick Lane, Hucknall a Ford van was broken into and a diagnostic machine was stolen.


At approximately 10.20pm on Monday 20 November in Victoria Street, Hucknall the driver’s door of a van was drilled out to gain access but nothing was stolen.


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 or you can contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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This message is sent on behalf of Insp. Glenn Longden.
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Peter Voysey (NHWN, Local Communications Administrator, Ashfield South)

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