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Nuthall Crime Alert

Alert message sent 30/11/2017 18:03:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good evening,

 

Nuthall East –

 

Theft From Motor Vehicle – 1

 

Hammersmith Close 29/11/2017 –

 

Caller reported that sometime between 1700 hours on the 28/11/2017 and 1930 hours the side window on their white panel van had been smashed. A black rucksack containing a laptop, mouse and chargers. The van was left  parked secure on the driveway.

 

Nuthall West –

 

Burglary Dwelling – 1

 

Sedley Avenue 27/11/2017 –

 

An unknown person went to the rear of the property and took a brick from the side of the house and then smashed a rear door panel window.  Once the offenders had gained access they then stole passports and jewellery from inside the bedroom. This took place sometime between 1130 hours on the 25/11/2017 and 2130 hours.

 

Burglary Other – 1

 

Lime Close 26/11/2017 –

 

Caller reported a break into their garden shed and they noticed this at 0810 hours. The caller reported that nothing had been stolen. The caller stated that they last saw the shed secure at tea time on the 25/11/2017 but no specific time was available.

 

Suspicious Incident – 1

 

Atkinson Gardens 30/11/2017 –

 

Three youths walking down the street trying house doors at 0215 hours but no attempts were made to force entry. The males were all in hooded tops with the hoods worn up in all dark clothing.

 

Theft From Motor Vehicle – 1

 

The Spinney 29/11/2017 –

 

Caller report that their four wheel trims had been taken from their yellow car sometime overnight between 1700 hours on the 28/11/2017 and 0800 hours. The car was left parked secure in the car park overnight.

 

Thank you,

 

PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437



 
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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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