MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT – 7 DAYS TO THURSDAY 23rd March 2017. (Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler).
Crimes reported over the past 7 days, 12:00 16th March - 12:00 23rd March. Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.
Theft of a motor vehicle: On Saturday night two males were witnessed attempting to steal a motorbike on Black Rock Way. The offenders were not able to steal the bike, but it was damaged extensively in the attempt.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: Overnight on Saturday several cars parked on Westfield Lane were damaged with the wing mirrors being broken off. Two male suspects were captured on CCTV.
Theft of a motor vehicle: A Transit van parked on Mansfield Road was broken into overnight on Thursday 16th and property taken, including a steel saw and a wallet containing cash.
Theft from a motor vehicle: On Saturday night a resident of Salisbury Road witnessed a male in a grey hooded top leaning inside a car that belonged to another neighbour known to the witness. The male left the area and it is not known if any property was stolen.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: The passenger side window of a car parked on Melville Court was smashed overnight on Thursday 16th, on the same night the window of a car parked on Marston Avenue was also smashed.
Theft from a motor vehicle: On Saturday night a car parked on Westfield Lane was broken into, it is not known if anything was stolen.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: The wing mirror of a car parked on Ladybrook Lane was kicked off overnight on Saturday.
Burglary dwelling: On Friday afternoon a resident of Rock Hill witnessed a male leaving her flat, he had entered through the front door, nothing is reported as stolen.
Theft from a motor vehicle: On Sunday morning a car parked on Empire Street was broken into after offenders smashed the passenger window. CCTV captured a white male, riding a pushbike and wearing dark clothing, who was witnessed to steal the dashcam from the vehicle.
Forest Town East
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: In the early hours of Friday morning the wing mirror of a car parked on Main Avenue was snapped off.
Overnight on Saturday a car parked on Third Avenue was damaged, the owner found scuff marks on the bonnet.
Burglary other: In the early hours of Sunday morning a unit on the Kirkland Industrial Park was entered by two males, it is not known if anything was stolen. The incident was captured on CCTV.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Overnight on Monday a car parked on Bryony Way was entered by means unknown and a number of tools taken, along with a BlueTooth Unit.
Theft of a motor vehicle: A nine ton dumper truck was stolen from a golf course on Eakring Road, damaging a fence on it’s removal. The truck was found in adjoining woodland with the battery pack removed and with damage to the ignition.
Burglary dwelling: An attempt was made to enter a house on Kingfisher Road via a conservatory door, entry was not gained.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: At some time on Wednesday the front number plate belonging to a car with a registered owner on Hobhouse Road was stolen, exact location of the incident not known.
Burglary dwelling: On Saturday a flat in shared accommodation on Nottingham Road was broken into. Damage was done inside the apartment, it is not known if anything was stolen.
Burglary other: On the evening of Thursday 16th a unit on the Hermitage Way industrial estate was entered and equipment stolen, including vacuum cleaners and a grinding machine. The incident was captured on CCTV.
A primary school on St. Andrew’s Street was entered this week at an exact time and date not known and a number of tools stolen, two windows were damaged during the incident.
Theft of a motor vehicle: On Friday morning a car leasing company on Ratcliffe Street reported that a car had not been returned.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Overnight on Thursday 16th a Transit van parked on Broxtowe Drive was broken into after offenders broke the passenger window. A silver Apple Pro IPod in a black case was stolen from the glove compartment.
Burglary dwelling: On Sunday afternoon eight newly built houses in Mansfield Woodhouse were broken into and extensive damage caused to all the properties.
Burglary other: Overnight on Saturday the door of a garage on Priory Avenue was forced open and three bikes stolen. The bikes are a Detonate red mountain bike, a Zinc orange BMX and a green, yellow and black Correrra Vulcan mountain bike.
Overnight on Monday three windows were smashed in newly built properties in Mansfield Woodhouse. The houses were vacant and nothing appears to have been stolen.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: Overnight on Saturday all four tyres of a car parked on Cross Street were slashed. On the same night a car parked on Newcastle Street was also targeted, the wing mirror was smashed and three tyres slashed.
Burglary dwelling: A house on Tideswell Court was entered on Wednesday night after the resident had left a window open. A wallet containing cash and cards was stolen.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: Overnight on Sunday a car parked on Nursery Court was deliberately scratched along one side.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: On Sunday evening a number of cars parked on Thoresby Road were deliberately damaged. A group of teenagers and young adults were witnessed to be involved and three arrests were made.
Burglary dwelling: On Saturday afternoon a house on Crow Hill Drive was entered. A footprint was found on the kitchen counter next to the window and drawers inside the house had been searched, it is not known if anything was stolen.
Theft of a motor vehicle: On the evening of Thursday 16th a Yamaha ZJ600N was stolen from outside an address on Welbeck Street, the owner later found the bike on a neighbouring street.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: On Saturday evening a van parked on Leeming Street was damaged, offenders smashed a window and then used the handbrake to move the van.
Message ends. Inspector Nick Butler Mansfield District Commander