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Alert message sent 15/10/2011 16:10:00
Information sent on behalf of Nottinghamshire Police

There has been three burglaries reported to Nottinghamshire police which have occurred over night on the 15th October 2011
The first Burglary occurred on Hudson Way, Radcliffe on Trent at 2.50hrs.
The second burglary occurred at 04.15hrs on Church Street in Shelford. The third burglary on Hawthorn Close, Shelford was reported to the police at 8.15hrs and is believed to have happen between 03.00hrs and 08.00hrs
Items including car keys, wallets and mobile phones have been taken.
At one incident car keys were taken and the offenders attempted to take the vehicle, however collided with a pole and left the scene on foot.
Did you or anyone you know witness this incident? Do you know who has committed this crime? Do you have a CCTV camera, which may have captured the incident? Have you seen anyone acting suspiciously in the area in recent days?
Please consider your own security and pass any relevant information onto the neighbourhood policing team by telephoning 0300 300 99 99
Many Thanks
PC 2431 Mathias and PCSO 7382 Adcock
Message sent by
Sally Charles (Police, PCSO 9170, Rushcliffe)

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