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Crime report Ashfield South week to 14 September 2017

Alert message sent 15/09/2017 14:58:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch in Nottinghamshire

Crimes reported over the past seven days.

Burglary Dwelling.

Between 11pm on Friday 8 and 6.10am Saturday 9 September in Mapplewells Road, Kirkby Woodhouse a conservatory of a house was broken into and a bright orange mountain bike was stolen.


Between 8am and 6.30pm on Thursday 7 September in Lindley Street, Selston a house was broken into via a back door and an iPad, cash, and a jewellery box was stolen.


Between 4pm and 5.35pm on Thursday 7 September in Nottingham Road, Hucknall a house was broken into via a side door. As yet not known if anything was stolen.




Burglary Other

Between 5pm on Friday 8 and 5am Saturday 9 September at the Wood Lane Allotment, Hucknall a potting shed was broken into but not known if anything was stolen.


Overnight of the 12 and 13 September in Papplewick Lane, Hucknall a shed was broken into. Not known if anything was stolen.


Theft of a Vehicle.

Overnight of the 11 and 12 September in Salterford Road, Hucknall two motorcycles were stolen: - a HYOSUNG GT125r (later recovered) and a LEX MOTO ARIZONIA .


Between 6.30pm on Tuesday 12 and 8.30am Wednesday 13 September in Dallman Close, Hucknall a white YAMAHA 125 motorbike was stolen from a car park at the rear of some flats.


Theft from a Vehicle

At about 3.10am on Monday 11 September at The Steeples, Annesley Woodhouse a white Ford Transit van and a white VW van were broken into and cash a radio and a heavy duty battery were stolen.


Between 6.30pm on Wednesday 6 and 6.45am Thursday am Thursday 7 September in York Street, Hucknall a vehicle was broken into and some door keys were stolen.


Between 7.30pm on Monday 11 and 3.30am Tuesday 12 September in Sandhill Road, Underwood a silver Ford Transit van was broken into via the side door. The following items were stolen: - Bosch drill set consisting of 4 cordless drills, 4 chargers and batteries; an 18 volt Bosch jigsaw; an 18 volt grinder; a 24 volt Bosch drill; a Honda generator; miscellaneous hand and electrical tools all marked ‘MC Installations’ or ‘MCI’


Work vans are always an attraction to thieves and as seen above can prove to be quite lucrative. So please where possible remove all tools and valuables to a secure place when your vehicle is left unattended especially overnight. We have often put this warning out but if you have relatives, friends or neighbours with work vans and who may not be signed up to our Alert scheme and therefore nor be aware of the advice we put out then a friendly word from you would hopefully be appreciated.





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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