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Crime Report Hucknall and the Rural Villages for the week to Thursday 18 January 2018

Alert message sent 19/01/2018 15:08:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch in Nottinghamshire

Crimes reported over the past seven days.

 

Burglary Dwelling

None reported

 

Burglary Other

Between Christmas and the Saturday 13 January in Annesley Road, Hucknall, an attempt was made to break into a shed.  Nothing was taken.

 

At 3.20am on Wednesday 10 January in Swifts View, Kirkby Woodhouse, an attempt was made to break into a garage.  Nothing was taken.

 

Between 10.00pm on Monday 15 and 11.08am on Tuesday 16 January in Papplewick Lane, Hucknall, an insecure garage was entered and woodworking tools stolen.

 

Between 10.30pm on Monday 15 and 8.00am on Tuesday 16 January in Papplewick Lane, Hucknall, an Office Annex area was entered and a black Coyote Fatman bicycle with white fat tyres was stolen.

 

Theft of motor vehicle

Between 6.00pm on Tuesday 16 and 7.00am on Wednesday 17 January in Mansfield Road, Selston, a grey BMW car was stolen.

 

Theft from motor vehicle

Between 8.00pm on Sunday14 and10.00am on Monday 15 January at Garage on Papplewick Lane the number plates were stolen from an Alfa Romeo.

 

Between 1.30am and 7.30am on Saturday 13 January in Curtis Street, Hucknall, a Citroen Dispatch van parked on a surgery car park was broken into.  A tile cutter, Milwaukee impact driver, DeWalt Combi drill, Stanley hammer, two Stanley ratchet screwdrivers and a Stanley screwdriver set.

 

Theft

At sometime in the past week at All Saints Church, Annesley Cutting, Annesley, lead was stolen from the roof.

 

At 5.45pm on Friday12 January in Titchfield Street, Hucknall, a Merida Big 9 cycle, grey with green details, was stolen from a garden.

 

Between 1.00pm and 5.00pm on Saturday 13 January in Annesley Lane, Selston, two eight foot tall metal lamp posts were stolen from a property.

 

Around 5.30pm on Sunday 14 January on the tram between Hucknall and the Lace Market a small purple card holder containing bank cards, driving licence and small change was stolen from a ladies jacket pocket.

 

Between 11.10am and 8.38pm on Thursday 11 January in the Hucknall Tram car park, Baths Lane, bolt croppers were used to steal a white Muddy Fox Mountain Bike chained up near the bike store.

 

Between 10.30am and 1.30pm on Wednesday 17 January in the Hucknall Tram car park a white and black Hybrid bike, left locked and secure, 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 at stephen.swift@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk or you can contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

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