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Crime Update

Alert message sent 22/06/2012 09:54:00
Information sent on behalf of Nottinghamshire Police

Crime Updates for last 12 days

 

Burglary Dwellings x3

 

Between 0100 and 0200 hours on 17/06/2012 a property was entered via the back door on Abbey Road Beeston and a laptop stolen. The occupants had gone out to walk their dog.

 

Overnight between 16th & 17th June a property on Anderson Crescent was entered via an insecure door and an iphone and wallet were stolen.

 

Between the hours of 2230 hours on 21/06/2012 and 0730 hours on 22/06/2012 a property on Clifford Avenue was broken into. Offender gained entry by unknown means and stole a purse, a mobile phone, laptops, and xbox amongst other items. They also took the keys to the owners green Corsa which we believe the offenders used to get away in.

 

Criminal Damage x1

At 0245 hours on 20/06/2012 an offender smashed a large window on a flat on Central Avenue Beeston.

 

If you have any CCTV or information about the above crimes please call 101.

 

Kind Regards

PCSO 8199 Deb Richards

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Deborah Richards (Police, PCSO 8199, Broxtowe North)

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