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Crime report Ashfield South week to 28 Sept 2017

Alert message sent 29/09/2017 15:02:00

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Crimes reported over the past seven days.

Burglary Dwelling.

At around 9.40pm on Saturday 23 September in Main Road, Jacksdale a property was entered by smashing glass in a rear door.  Cash was stolen.


At around 1.15pm on Thursday 21 September in Forest Road, Annesley Woodhouse a property was entered by smashing a rear kitchen window. Not believed that anything was stolen.


Burglary Other

Sometime before 2pm on Thursday 21 September in Chapel Road, Selston the Dove Green Methodist Church was entered by forcing a door. Nothing was stolen.


Between 7 and 9.30pm 21 September in Skegby Road, Annesley Woodhouse a container was broken into and several items stolen including an industrial carpet cleaner.


Overnight of the 21/22 September in Brookfield Avenue, Hucknall a garage was broken into and some fishing rods, various tools and two bed chairs were stolen.


Around 2.15am on Monday 25 September in West Street, Hucknall a shed was broken into and items removed that were later recovered.


Between 10pm on Sunday 24 and 6am Tuesday 26 September in Skegby Road, Annesley Woodhouse some garage doors were forced open and two battery chargers and a welder were stolen.



Theft of a Vehicle.

Between 10.35pm on Thursday 21 and 7.55am Friday 22 September in Salestune Mews, Selston a silver Ford Fiesta was stolen and another car broken into and some keys stolen.


Between 10.20pm on Wednesday 20 and 8.30am Thursday 21 September in Hawthorn Avenue, Hucknall a silver Lexus is200 was stolen from a driveway.


Between 3am and 9am on Wednesday 27 September in Beardall Street, Hucknall a blue Fiat Punto was stolen from outside a public house. The car was later recovered.


Theft from a Vehicle.

Between 10pm on Thursday 21 and 7am Friday 22 September in Inkerman Street, Selston a green Seat Alhambra was broken into and a purse was stolen.


Between 10pm on Thursday 21 and 5am Friday 22 September in Inkerman Street, Selston a grey Ford Custom van was broken into. A wallet, generator, drill, angle grinder and a Rubi cutter were stolen.


At around the 16 September in Nottingham Road, Hucknall a white BMW series 1 left insecure was entered and some sunglasses, small change and an international travel pack were stolen.


Between 1am and 5.15am on Thursday 21 September in Hawthorn Avenue, Hucknall a Renault Megane was broken into but nothing was stolen.


Between 8.05am and 5.55pm on Monday 25 September at the Hucknall Tram car park the number plates of a silver and grey Nissan Qashqai were stolen.


 Between 11pm on Tuesday 26 and 6am Wednesday 27 September in Betts Avenue, Hucknall a white Vivaro van was broken into and a tool box, hand tools, 36v drill, 18v grinder, 18v drill a Fluke electrical test kit  and a set of keys were stolen.


Between 5pm on Tuesday 26 and 7.30am Wednesday 27 September in Sandy Lane, Hucknall the number plates were stolen from a Ford Transit Connect van.



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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