MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT – 7 DAYS TO THURSDAY 9th March 2017. (Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler).
Crimes reported over the past 7 days, 12:00 2nd March - 12:00 9th March.
Burglary dwelling: In the early hours of Saturday morning a Kink BMX bike was stolen from the hallway of a flat on Ruby Way, the door had been left unlocked. On the same night the shed of a house on Forest Avenue was broken into and a Raleigh Nova BMX bike stolen.
Theft from a motor vehicle: In the early hours of Monday morning a car parked on George Street was entered and a wallet containing bank cards was stolen, along with the vehicle registration document.
Theft from a motor vehicle: A shed on Caunton Close was broken into on Tuesday night and tools stolen.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: On Monday morning all four tyres of a car parked on Melville Court were slashed.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: On Saturday night four offenders were witnessed causing damage to a motor cycle that had been parked on Westfield Lane.
Burglary dwelling: A number of people were seen entering and leaving an empty property on Redcliffe Road. Police attended and an arrest was made.
A resident of Hall Street was woken by a noise during the night on Wednesday and chased a male offender from the property. A Nikon camera with accessories was stolen from the house.
Burglary dwelling: Overnight on Sunday an attempt was made to enter a house on Layton Burroughs via a conservatory, entry was not gained.
Burglary other: On Wednesday night a shop on Leeming Lane South was broken into after a door was forced open. Cash, alcohol and cigarettes were taken, along with a laptop.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Overnight on Thursday 2nd a car parked on the forecourt of a garage on Southwell Road West was broken into and the stereo system stolen.
Overnight on Friday a van parked in the car park of a public house on Oak Tree Lane was broken into and tools taken from the vehicle.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: On Tuesday morning a male was witnessed kicking a car parked on Egmanton Road. The male then made threats to passers-by, police attended and a male was detained.
Theft from a motor vehicle: A car parked in the car park of a public house on Oak Tree Lane was broken into. Offenders smashed a window in the vehicle, nothing was stolen.
Overnight on Monday a car parked in the driveway of a property on Oak Tree Lane was entered by means unknown and property taken, including a sat-nav, loose change, cigarettes, a hands-free kit and a carrier bag containing snacks and drinks.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Overnight on Wednesday 1st a van parked on Chesterfield Road North was broken into via a rear window, the door was stuck and it is not known if offenders accessed the vehicle. On the same night a van parked on Crompton Road was also targeted, offenders drilled under the lock and stole window cleaning equipment.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Over the weekend a van parked on Tenter Lane was entered, the door was damaged and a number of tools were taken from the vehicle.
The window of a car parked on Commercial Gate was smashed in the early hours of Sunday morning and a sat-nav and stereo system stolen.
On Monday an attempt was made to enter a car parked in the Water Meadows car park, entry was not gained but the car was slightly damaged.
On Tuesday night offenders drilled a hole in the fuel tank of a car on Tenter Lane and siphoned off the fuel. The catalytic converter of the vehicle was also taken.
Burglary other: The door and lock of a shed on Newhaven Avenue were damaged in an attempt to gain entry, exact time and date not known.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: On Wednesday morning a rock was thrown at a car travelling along Bath Lane, causing damage.
Burglary dwelling: The rear window of a house on Slant Lane was broken into on Sunday morning and offenders entered the property, it is not known if anything was taken.
Burglary other: Overnight on Thursday 2nd a garage on Scotswood Road was broken into and fishing tackle stolen.
Theft of a motor vehicle: On Wednesday a resident of Vale Road returned to his house for a few minutes and during that time his moped was stolen from outside the house.
Burglary dwelling: On Friday afternoon a house on Crow Hill Drive was entered and property taken, including two Ipads, an X box and a Playstation.
Theft from a motor vehicle: A Dewalt tool kit was stolen from a van parked on Balmoral Drive, the rear door was forced and damage caused to the locking system.
On the afternoon of Thursday 2nd a car parked on Woodhouse Road was entered by means unknown and a defibulator and sports bag stolen.
Burglary other: An attempt was made to break into a business on Albert Street. CCTV showed three males trying unsuccessfully to force open a door.
Burglary other: Overnight on Sunday a shop on Sherwood Street was broken into and a safe taken.
Theft from a motor vehicle: A van parked securely on George Street was broken into and Makita power tools stolen from a lock box in the vehicle.
The front number plate of a car parked on Clumber Street was stolen overnight on Saturday.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: Overnight on Wednesday a car parked on Longden Terrace was damaged. The tyres were slashed and a liquid thrown over the vehicle. On the same night a car on George Street was damaged when paint stripper was thrown over it.
Message ends. Inspector Nick Butler Mansfield District Commander