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Recent crimes on the Bassetlaw East Clayworth/ Sturton beat area.

Alert message sent 04/05/2012 14:39:00
Information sent on behalf of Nottinghamshire Police
Between 2200 hours on 02/05/2012 and 0600 hours on 03/05/2012 the bonnet and doors were stolen from a vehicle parked on a driveway of a property on Top Street, North Wheatley.
Incident number 000080-03052012 relates.

Between 2300 hours on 03/05/2012 and 0700 hours on 04/05/2012 a see through beacon has been stolen from a vehicle parked outside a property on Gill Green Walk, Clarborough.
Incident number 000144-04052012 relates.

Crime across the area remains low but there has been an increase in thefts from motor vehicles across the beat area where the vehicles themselves have not been entered to steal items from within.
As said previously, please garage vehicles overnight wherever possible. Where this cannot happen, park vehicles on private driveways rather than on the public highway.

Anyone with information in relation to the above crimes should contact the control room on 101 quoting the appropriate incident number.
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David Airey (Police, PCSO 8139, East Bassetlaw)

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