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Mansfield and District Crime Update

Alert message sent 06/04/2017 12:50:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT – 7 DAYS TO THURSDAY 6th April 2017. (Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler).
 
Crimes reported over the past 7 days, 12:00 30th March - 12:00 6th April.
Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.
 
Berry Hill
 
Theft of a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Monday a grey Audi estate car was stolen from the driveway of a house on Cairngorm Drive.
 
Theft from a motor vehicle:
A side panel belonging to a Nissan van parked on Rutland Street was stolen on Monday night.
 
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
In the early hours of Tuesday morning a car parked in a car park on Berry Hill Lane was set alight and destroyed by the fire, a second car was damaged in the incident.
 
Broomhill
 
Burglary other:
Overnight on Friday a shed on Saundby Avenue was broken into after the padlock was broken off. An electrical cycle was stolen.
 
Theft of a motor vehicle:
A silver Typhoon 125cc motorcycle was stolen from the garden of a property on Blythe Close overnight on Thursday 30th.
 
Church Warsop
 
Theft from a motor vehicle:
On Wednesday night three vans in the area were all entered by means not known and were found apparently secure. The vans were parked on Budby Crescent, Laurel Avenue and Carter Lane. Tools, including electric saws, were taken from two of the vehicles. 
 
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Friday the rear windscreen of a car parked on Netherfield Lane was smashed using a brick, nothing was stolen.
 
Cumberland
 
Theft from a motor vehicle:
In the early hours of Monday morning a car parked on Westfield Lane was entered after being left unlocked and a white bag stolen, contents not known. The incident was captured on CCTV which showed two white males approx. 30 years old wearing hooded clothing.
 
On Tuesday afternoon all four wheel trims were stolen from a vehicle parked in a public house car park on Ladybrook Lane. A group of youths were witnessed carrying out the offence.
 
Eakring
 
Burglary other than dwelling:
On Friday evening the door of a car sales company on Big Barn Lane was damaged in an attempt to gain entry to the building.
 
Theft of a motor vehicle:
A black Citroen Saxo parked in a car park on Birkland Street was stolen overnight on Friday.
 
Theft from a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Tuesday the door of a car parked on Dunwoody Close was forced open and a backpack containing wires for a printer was stolen, along with some loose change and a number of small items.
 
Overnight on Wednesday a car was left unlocked on Kempton Road and an offender stole the satnav and a child’s jacket.
 
Forest Town West
 
Theft from a motor vehicle:
A car parked on Mooar Close was entered on Friday night after being left unlocked. Headphones and a bank card were taken from the vehicle.
 
Overnight on Saturday a car parked on Goldcrest Road was entered after being left unlocked.  A pushchair, two Iphone chargers and a pair of sunglasses were stolen from the vehicle.
 
Overnight on Sunday a car parked on Rosedale Way was entered by means unknown and a user manual stolen along with an electric tyre pump.
 
Ladybrook
 
Theft of a motor vehicle:
On Tuesday evening a group of youths were witnessed attempting to steal a motorcycle on Ladybrook Place.
 
Leeming
 
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
The passenger side of a car belonging to a resident of Leeming Lane North was scratched a number of times, exact date and location of the incident unknown.
 
Pleasley Hill
 
Theft from a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Saturday a car parked on Crompton Road was broken into by smashing the driver’s window and the satnav stolen.
 
In the early hours of Thursday 6th an offender was witnessed stealing a wallet and car keys from a car which was parked outside a newsagent on Chesterfield Road North, the offender was arrested.
 
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
On Wednesday morning a car parked on Otter Way was extensively damaged. An offender damaged the suspension arm and the tyres, and graffiti was written on the vehicle.
 
Portland
 
Burglary other:
Overnight on Saturday a business property on Nottingham Road was broken into and money and a laptop stolen. A male was arrested for the offence.
 
An empty property on Hermitage Lane was broken into at an exact date unknown and a fire set, causing damage to the building.
 
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
A work’s van parked in a car park on Bleak Hill Way was damaged over the weekend when offenders smashed the passenger side window, nothing was stolen.
 
Theft from a motor vehicle:
A car parked on the forecourt of a garage on Old Mill Lane was broken into on Friday night after the door lock was drilled, the radio was stolen from the vehicle.
 
Priory
 
Burglary other:
Overnight on Sunday a shed on Mansfield Road was broken into by removing the lock, nothing was taken.
 
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Saturday a car parked on Yorke Street was damaged when offenders smashed the front windscreen. The car also sustained damage causing numerous small holes in the rear bodywork.
 
Ravensdale
 
Burglary other:
A shed belonging to an allotment on Sandy Lane was broken into and property stolen, including a wheelbarrow and other gardening tools.
 
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
A Sunday evening a car parked in the car park of a public house on Sherwood Hall Road was damaged after offenders threw a brick through the rear windscreen.
 
Overnight on Wednesday both front side windows of a car parked on Nursery Street were damaged.
 
Robin Hood
 
Theft from a motor vehicle:
Petrol was extracted from a vehicle parked on Park Hall Road, damage was caused to the car during the theft.
 
Overnight on Tuesday a car which had been left unlocked on Collier Avenue was entered and property taken, including a wallet containing cards, a phone and a pair of tracksuit bottoms.
 
Sherwood
 
Burglary dwelling:
An offender attempted to enter a house on Crow Hill Drive via a patio door, a key was used and had snapped off in the lock of the door. The property was vacant at the time and the exact date is not known.
 
Theft of a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Saturday a motorcycle was stolen from outside a property on West Hill Drive. The motorcycle had been chained to the steering lock of a van at the property and the van was damaged during the theft. The motorcycle was abandoned near to the address.
 
Theft from a motor vehicle:
A car parked on the driveway of a property on Orchard Street was broken into by means unknown. A wallet containing cards and a driving licence was stolen, along with a Nexus 7 tablet.
 
A bag was stolen from a car which had been parked on Blackshale Road, exact date not known, the bag was later found on a nearby street.
 
The front number plate of a car parked on Ashfield Avenue was stolen on Monday evening.
 
Town Centre
 
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
A taxi was damaged on Leeming Street early on Saturday morning, a male was arrested for the offence.
 
Warsop Birklands
 
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
In the early hours of Friday morning a car parked on Mansfield Road was deliberately scratched along the driver’s side.
 
Other News/Appeals:
 
Unfortunately due to technical difficulties no message was sent last week, our apologies for this.
 
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Message ends.
Inspector Nick Butler
Mansfield District Commander
 
Message sent by
Jill Fearick (Police, NHWN, Staff 7338, Mansfield Woodhouse (Mansfield North)

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