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Nuthall and Strelley Village Crime Update

Alert message sent 21/03/2017 14:13:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good afternoon,
 
Nuthall East –
 
Anti Social Behaviour – 2
 
Hillingdon Avenue 02/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 2030 hours of ongoing parking issues between neighbours and the caller was subjected to verbal abuse.
 
Nottingham Road 08/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 1100 hours that a red off road scrambler bike was riding on the road. The rider overtook the caller and the rider had no helmet on. The motorbike was very loud and the rider wore black clothing and a black balaclava. The motorbike went off towards Bells Lane.
 
Burglary Dwelling – 1
 
Woodland Drive 13/03/2017 –
 
Offenders gained access to the garage by removing a fence panel on the border with the neighbour and this allowed access to the side of the garage where a small transom window had been left ajar where it was believed access had been gained. Power tools were removed and stolen and exit had been made through the main up and over garage door. No access gained or attempted to the house. This happened sometime between 2230 hours on the 12/03/2017 and 0630 hours.
 
Criminal Damage – 2
 
Highfield Road 06/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported that their rear bedroom window had been broken with two small holes caused by bb style pellets. The caller suspected they were coming from the new neighbours at the rear of the property. The caller had heard the shooting every evening and in the afternoon time. The caller suspected that this damage happened sometime in the evening of the 05/03/2017. The caller suspected that the neighbour was shooting at birds in the trees at the bottom of their garden.
 
Horsendale Avenue 08/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported that at around 2125 hours they heard a large commotion from outside and then heard banging on what they thought was the door to the front of the building. The caller opened the window and shouted out for them to stop. There was a group of around 8 or 9 youths with their faces covered all on the front garden. The group left and the caller went outside and found that the front window to their flat had been smashed.
 
Suspicious Incident – 2
 
Mornington Crescent 02/03//2017 –
 
Caller reported at 2320 hours that they saw one person jump over the side gate to a home at the bottom of the caller’s garden. The caller’s dog barked and the caller went outside and heard someone scrambling over the gate. There was no direction of travel and no description available as no person had been seen. Two officers attended to the area after seven minutes and conducted a negative area search.
 
Nottingham Road 13/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 1000 hours that they had seen a Romanian male looking in skips for scrap, the male got into a small red van. The caller’s descriptions were a Romanian male around 35 years, wearing a baseball cap and sportswear.   
 
Theft From Motor Vehicle – 1
 
Perivale Close 05/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported that sometime between 1400 hours on the 04/03/2017 and 1700 hours an unknown person had entered their insecure blue vehicle and conducted an untidy search inside and stolen coins from the centre console. The car was left parked up on the road outside of the address. 
 
Nuthall West –
 
Anti Social Behaviour – 1
 
New Farm Lane 09/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 1630 hours that three males aged around twenty years were riding around on the farm land in a blue car. Two officers attended to the area after fourteen minutes and provided the following update. No permanent damage to field. Two males were spoken to who were with the driver and very strong advice was given. Vehicle seized and the driver of the car ran off.
 
Burglary Other – 1
 
Nottingham Road 03/03/2017 –
 
Two unidentified persons entered the public house at around 0525 hours by smashing a side window and climbing inside, once inside the Pub a gaming machine was attacked and broken into. An unknown amount of money was taken from the machine. The persons exited the building via the window they entered by. This was opposite Watnall Road.
 
Criminal Damage – 3
 
Birch Close 07/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 1045 hours on the 07/03/2017 that they had a nail in one of their tyres on their silver vehicle. The same thing happened one month ago, the caller parks in the cul de sac. The caller also had incidents with their two cats die of suspected antifreeze poisoning recently. The caller reported having four incidents since December.
 
Poplar Crescent 11/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported damage to their white panel van with the wing mirror being forced off. This happened sometime between 0200 and 0300 hours on the 11/03/2017 after a neighbour had CCTV of the incident. Two males were seen with one of them forcing off the wing mirror. The van was left parked secure on the road overnight.
 
Oak Drive 12/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported that their blue panel van had been keyed along both sides and the front of the vehicle. This happened sometime between 2100 hours on the 11/03/2017 and 1200 hours. The van was left parked secure overnight on the drive way.
 
Suspicious Incident – 3
 
Albert Avenue 27/02/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 2130 hours that a disturbance was taking place on the street. A male was walking up and down shouting, two cars were parked up with one with the doors open and someone was shouting from it in an aggressive manner. One car was white in colour but there were no further descriptions for the males or the vehicles. An officer arrived in the area after thirteen minutes and conducted a negative area search.
 
Laurel Crescent 03/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 1350 hours that a blue car had a wheel clamp on it and the occupants of a white car were trying to saw the clamp off. The caller witnessed the DVLA clamping the vehicle in the morning. Two officers attended to the area after fifteen minutes. The clamp was still on the car and there was no damage to it.
 
The Spinney 12/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported that at around 1310 hours two males were sighted trying to make entry to the building. The caller described the males to be foreign looking.  
 
 
  First male was white, 5ft6, shaven head, wearing brown trousers, white trainers, maroon hooded jacket with a black holdall with white writing on. The second male was white, 5ft8, mousy brown hair, wearing a navy blue hooded top, blue jeans, white trainers and he was carrying a blue holdall. Both males were aged in their middle thirties.

As the caller pulled into the car park the males were seen walking from the side of the building where a fire escape is. ‎Two officers attended to the area and conducted a negative area search for the males who the caller stated walked off towards Larkfield Road.
 
 
Theft From Motor Vehicle – 1
 
Larkfield Road 07/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported that sometime between 2230 hours on the 06/03/2017 and 0730 hours their white panel van had been broken into whilst it was left parked up outside the home address on the driveway. The caller was unable to see any signs of forced entry to the vehicle however the back doors and the driver side door were found open in the morning. A drill had been stolen but the other tools had been left in situ. The van was parked right up to another van on the drive to prevent the rear doors being accessed but the van had been rolled forward somehow, the caller stated it appeared the offenders could have had another key.
 
Found Property – 1
 
Larkfield Road 07/03/2017 –
 
Stolen property from the above van tool theft was found at the edge of the pavement on the neighbour opposites drive way a hedge.
 
Strelley Village –
 
Anti Social Behaviour – 1
 
Strelley Lane 13/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 1810 hours that there had been two males going up and down the lane on motorbikes. The caller stated that they are normally there around dusk.
 
Suspicious Incident – 1
 
Oakland Way 06/03/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 1930 hours that a topless Indian male was walking around seemingly intoxicated and confused. The male was around 5ft 8 tall and the caller stated the male was unable to recount his relative’s names that he was staying with.
 
Thank you,
 
PCSO 8053 Reddish
07525 989 437
 
Message sent by
Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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