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Crime report Ashfield South week to 30 March 2017

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Crime Report - Ashfield South the week to Thursday 30 March, 2017
Burglary Dwelling
About 10.40pm on Friday 24 March a commercial property in High Street, Hucknall was entered via an insecure door. An ATM and change machine was attacked.
About 11pm on Friday 24 March in Orchard Street, Hucknall an unknown person was disturbed in a property who then fled through a window. Nothing was stolen.
Between 5am and 8am on Sunday 26 March in Church Lane, Underwood a house was entered through an insecure door and a lap top, Samsung Tablet, debit card and some cash was stolen.
Burglary Other
Since January in Sperry Close, Selston a shed was entered and a lawn mower and a strimmer were stolen.

Between 10.45pm and 11.17pm on Wednesday 22 March in Annesley Woodhouse a Function Room was broken into and some disco equipment, petrol lawn mower and a portable gas space heater were stolen.
Overnight of the 23/24 March in Hooley Street, Selston two sheds were broken into but nothing was stolen.
Overnight of the 23/24 March in Mansfield Road, Selston padlocks were broken to gain entry to a shed. A BMX bike and a mountain bike were stolen.
Between 9.30pm on Monday 27 and8am Tuesday 28 March in Farleys Lane, Hucknall a commercial property was broken into and a small amount of cash stolen.
Between 6am and 7am on Monday 27 March in Angela Avenue, Annesley Woodhouse an insecure garage was entered and a red Raleigh Mountain bike was stolen.
Between 8.30pm on Sunday 26 and 8am Monday 27 March in Dove Drive, Selston a shed was broken into and a belt sander and two pairs of new boots were stolen.
Between 10.30am on Wednesday 22 and 11am Thursday 23 March in Storey Gardens, Hucknall an attempt was made to break into a garage.
No Vehicles were stolen during this period.

Theft from a Vehicle
Overnight of the 22/23 March at the Premier Inn, Nottingham Road, Hucknall a Ford Transit van was broken into and two Hilti Breakers and a Hilti Drill also an Hitachi - Hammer Drill an Impact Drill and a Mini Grinder were stolen.

Overnight of the 22/23 March in Mill Yard, Hucknall an attempt was made to break into a Peugeot van.
Overnight of the 22/23 March in Barbara Square, Hucknall the number plates of a Suzuki car were stolen.
Overnight of the 22/23 March in Nuncargate Road, Annesley Woodhouse a water pipe on a Seat Ibiza was stolen.
Between midnight and 6.30am on Thursday 23 March in Washdyke Lane, Hucknall a cement mixer was stolen from a Nissan van.
Between 11pm on Friday 24 and 11.20am Saturday 25 March in King Edward Street, Hucknall a grey MG car was broken into and a CD player, some toys, two phone chargers, a wallet and some cash was stolen.
Between 7pm on Saturday 25 and 3.30am Sunday 26 March in Robin Bailey Way, Hucknall an insecure burgundy Nissan Juke was entered and some Easter eggs and some chocolate were stolen.
Between 6.30pm on Saturday 25 and 6am Sunday 26 March in Middlebrook Road, Bagthorpe a Ford Transit was broken into and a generator and two printers were stolen.

If you have any information relating to the above criminal activity e.g. did you or anyone you know witness one of the incidents? Do you know who the person(s) responsible are? Have you noticed any suspicious activity prior to any incident? Or do you have any CCTV footage that may be of help? If so, please contact Jon Pheasant, Intelligence Officer for Hucknall, by e-mail or you can contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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