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Nuthall and Strelley Village Crime Update

Alert message sent 18/12/2011 09:31:00
Information sent on behalf of Nottinghamshire Police

Good morning,


Please have a look at the latest crime figures for your local borough area of Nuthall. The figures are since the last report I sent out on the 17/11/2011.


Nuthall East


Burglary Dwelling – 3


Assarts Road near to the footpath 24/11/2011 Entered the bungalow via the insecure side door and taken a camera, disturbed by the occupant.


Hammersmith Close near to the footpath 28/11/2011 Entered via the insecure rear kitchen door and took a purse.


Nottingham Road on the other side of the road to the Temple Centre 05/12/2011

Window smashed at the rear. Nothing taken and property has been empty for a considerable amount of time.


Burglary Other – 3


Old Moor Lodge PH 22/11/2011 Smashed a side glass window to gain entry and remove money from the game machines.


BP St Mary’s Nottingham Road 24/11/2011 Male entered the store and stole a computer game by reaching through to the cashiers desk.


Old Moor Lodge PH 26/11/2011 Smashed the glass entrance door to gain entry and remove money from the game machines.


Theft From Motor Vehicle – 2


Knightsbridge Drive 27/11/2011 Window smashed and property taken from within.


Kew Gardens 15/12/2011 Front passenger side window smashed on a BT van carrying out work at an address, Sat nav and stand taken.


Criminal Damage – 4


A house on Cedarland Crescent had 4 incidents to report between the 22/11/2011 and 30/11/2011. 3 incidents of criminal damage, two to the fencing and one to the garage guttering. The other incident was a public waste bin from Nottingham Road was removed and thrown into the occupants garden.

Further damage to the fencing was reported on the 11/12/2011. Panels have been removed and or snapped off.


Theft Of Motor Vehicle – 1


Kew Gardens 17/11/2011 Motorbike stolen from outside of the address.


Anti Social Behaviour – 2


Borman Close 18/11/2011 Neighbour dispute

Drummond Drive 18/11/2011 Group of youths looking into vehicles


Nuthall West


Criminal Damage - 3


Beech Avenue 03/12/2011, vehicle window smashed and a couple of youths seen running from the area.


Birch Avenue 03/12/2011, front passenger car window smashed and camera stolen from the seat. Another damage incident to a white van parked in the Birch Avenue Cul-de-Sac that hasn’t been reported.


Strelley Village


Theft From Motor Vehicle – 3


Main Street 25/11/2011 vehicle window smashed that was parked on the driveway and Ipod taken.


Redwood Close 25/11/2011 vehicle window smashed with nothing being stolen.


Main Street 02/12/2011 theft of diesel from a couple of plant machinery vehicles.


One incident reported of off road motorcycles going up Main Street 01/12/2011.


Please encourage all friends, family and neighbours to sign up to Neighbourhood Alert as it’s a simple way for me as the local beat officer to pass out important and relevant messages quickly to residents of Nuthall and Strelley Village.


To the residents of Cedarland Crescent,


Thank you for completing the public consultation forms and leaving them ready for my attention. It took me 1 hours and 45 minutes on the 06/12/2011 but the response has been fantastic so I thank you for that.


If you know of anyone that was out that collection evening and wishes to submit their form then please can these be posted through the letter flap of Mr and Mrs P Owen of 93 Cedarland Crescent.


A meeting to analyse the results has been set for tomorrow where I shall be in attendance along with Marice Hawley of Broxtowe Borough Council and Adrian Dudley of Nottinghamshire County Council. I will keep residents updated on anything of note as soon as I can.


Best regards and seasons greetings for 2012!


PCSO 8053 Reddish

Nuthall Local Beat Team

07525 989 437


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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Kimberley (Broxtowe North)

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