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February 2017 Leen area update

Alert message sent 12/03/2017 15:28:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Hello residents
 
I am writing to let you know about crime in the Leen Police Beat area during February 2017.
 
We have had 8 burglaries on the Leen area:
Bramcote Street attempt break rear door
Tottle Gardens distraction burglary
Glentworth Road attempt break rear door
Grimstons Road attempt break kitchen window 2 bicycles stolen from the rear
Churchfield Lane distraction burglary
Wordsworth Road entry gained via insecure rear kitchen door
Radford Boulevard force entry via rear door television stolen
Woodstock Avenue force entry via rear patio doors power tools and electrical items stolen
 
We have had 6 reports of theft from and of Motor Vehicle on Woodstock Avenue, Churchfield Lane, Knighton Avenue, Radford Grove Lane and 2 of which occurring on Glentworth Road.
 
We have had 9 offences of Criminal Damage on Hopedale Close, Knighton Avenue, Wordsworth Road, Alfreton Road, Woodstock Avenue, Midland Way, New Road and 2 of which occurring on Radford Boulevard.
 
We have had 4 reports for theft of bicycle from outside Aldi supermarket Castle Retail Park, outside Premier Newsagent Alfreton Road and 2 of which from Saint Peters Court student accommodation.
 
We have had 1 report of Robbery on Woodstock Avenue mobile phone stolen.
 
We have had no shed breaks.
 
PLEASE ENSURE YOU LOCK YOUR VEHICLES AND REMOVE ITEMS FROM WITHIN
 
Regarding Crime Prevention advice, please feel free to contact me on 07702141925
 
Message sent by
Amardeep Sandhu (Police, PCSO 8190, Leen, Canning Circus)

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