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Nuthall and Strelley Village Crime Update

Alert message sent 20/01/2018 10:58:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good morning,

 

Nuthall East –

 

Anti Social Behaviour – 1

 

Redbridge Drive 13/01/2018 -

 

Caller reported at 2025 hours that there was a disturbance on the park and there were around half a dozen people involved. The caller believed that there was one female following a group of males who were all wearing dark clothing. The female had been shouting at the males.

 

Nuthall West –

 

Burglary Dwelling – 1

 

Ash Crescent 16/01/2018 –

 

Unknown person had gone to the rear of the property and prised off the trim off the side of the window. Once trim was off then the offender gained entry. Untidy search of the house and items were taken. The key to the back door was used to leave the property. The offenders had also taken the front door key off the side. This incident happened sometime between 0730 and 1710 hours.

 

Criminal Damage – 3

 

Ayscough Avenue 14/01/2018 –

 

Outer pane of the window to the front living room had been smashed. The inner pane was still intact. There was a small piece of brick which was at the foot of the window that was suspected to have been used to smash the outer pane. No entry gained to the property and there was no further damage. The property was close to meeting with New Farm Lane and the caller stated that children tended to congregate at the end of the road. This incident happened sometime between 1500 hours on the 13/01/2018 and 1130 hours.

 

Beech Avenue 16/01/2018 –

 

Caller reported that someone had broken into their shed and had caused damage to the white motorbike which was inside the shed. The shed had been ripped off the floor and the caller could not see that anything had been taken but there was extensive damage to the motorbike. This incident happened sometime between 2330 hours on the 15/01/2018 and 0800 hours. The caller’s son did hear a loud bang at around 0415 hours.

 

Maple Drive 17/01/2018 –

 

Caller reported that the wing mirrors on their blue car had been kicked off and this happened sometime between 1900 hours on the 16/01/2018 and 0730 hours. The caller stated that this was the fourth time that this had happened. The caller stated that the wing mirrors were pushed in so they had been deliberately pulled out and knocked off.

 

Suspicious Incident – 1

 

Ash Crescent 14/01/2018 –

 

Caller confirmed the business property was locked up and all secure at 1500 hours on the 13/01/2018 and a neighbour saw two mopeds outside the property at 2200 hours, one of them appeared to try and lift up the shutters but they didn’t succeed and no tools were used. The neighbour had not seen the faces of the persons present and they soon left. The caller stated that there was no damage to the shutters.

 

Theft Other – 1

 

Birch Close 14/01/2018 –

 

Caller reported that they had bulbs planted in their garden on the 13/01/2018 by the gardener and they had got up today and noticed they had been taken. The caller stated that there were footsteps in the soil and this happened sometime between 1000 hours on the 12/01/2018 and 1000 hours. The caller stated that all the flower boxes had been emptied of bulbs.

 

Strelley Village –

 

Criminal Damage – 1

 

Greenwood Gardens 13/01/2018 –

 

Caller reported that sometime between 1530 hours on the 12/01/2018 and 1330 hours the bonnet of their white car had been scratched whilst it had been left parked up in the allocated parking bay for their home address. The caller stated that their car was scratched earlier in the week but they didn’t report this. A scratch had been made all the way over the bonnet and there were two new scratches on the bonnet.

 

Thank you,

 

PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437



 
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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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