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Nuthall and Strelley Village Crime Update

Alert message sent 24/04/2017 17:04:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good afternoon,
Nuthall East –
Burglary Dwelling – 2
Nottingham Road 17/04/2017 –
At 1815 hours the occupants returned home in their vehicle and when they pulled onto the drive they saw two males walking down their shared driveway which they thought was strange. The males turned left out of the driveway and walked down Nottingham Road. This was close to the junction with Woodland Drive.
The occupants noticed the alarm was sounding from their bungalow. The occupants went inside and found a side window had been smashed. The bedroom had been searched and draws had been opened and searched. The door leading to the rear conservatory had been opened by the offenders, as well as the rear window to the conservatory which was the most likely exit. Jewellery was removed and stolen. The victims called the police and passed the following descriptions. Male one was white, medium build, long blonde hair, around 5ft9, wearing a red jacket.
Male two was white, medium build, short light coloured hair, wearing a grey jacket.
Gunnersbury Way 18/04/2017 –
Caller reported that overnight into the early hours of the 18/04/2017 an unknown offender had gained entry to the house by forcing the rear patio doors. Nothing was stolen from within. Entry to the rear garden area was via the side gate was left unlocked.
Suspicious Incident – 1
Mornington Crescent 17/04/2017 –
Caller reported at 0135 hours that they had seen two white males going towards the Spar shop. The males were both riding bikes, but also each male was wheeling a bike along with them. The males were wearing dark clothing and were aged between 16 and 18 years old. There was a further call received at 0145 hours reporting the same. Three officers attended to the area after seven minutes and conducted a negative area search for the males.
Theft From Motor Vehicle – 1
Millennium Way West 21/04/2017 –
Caller reported at 0005 hours that a dark grey panel van was being broken into in the hotel car park. The offenders left in a dark coloured car suspected to have been a Citroen Picasso and there were three occupants to it. The rear door to the van was damaged and items stolen included a large collection of hand power tools. 
Nuthall West –
Suspicious Incident – 3
Oak Drive 17/04/2017 –
Caller reported at 0010 hours by text stating two black cars were acting suspiciously according to the reporter. The cars contained six black males in total. The reporter stated three males in a 4x4 vehicle are often seen in the area. The caller had never seen these males before.
Albert Avenue 18/04/2017 –
Caller reported at 2255 hours that an alarm had been going off for 5 minutes on a garage. A white male with a flashlight was seen looking around it. The male was described as being bald, aged between thirty and forty years and he was wearing a dark t shirt. Two officers attended to the area after twelve minutes and provided the following update. Officers spoke to neighbours and the garage was checked and there was no damage or attempted entry seen.
Kimberley Road 21/04/2017 –
Caller reported that at 2343 hours they heard the side gate open and on reviewing their CCTV they had an intruder in the garden area. Only the person’s legs were able to be seen and the definition was poor due to the time of the day and no further features or clothing and colours could be made out.
Theft From Motor Vehicle – 2
Kimberley Road 19/04/2017 –
Caller reported at 2240 hours that their silver panel van had been broken into by three males wearing hooded tops and scarves around their faces. The males had removed and stolen tools from the rear of the van. The caller caught the males in the act and they jumped into a silver hatchback five door car and went off onto the A610 slip road. The car went off with the boot up. The caller described two white males and they were all wearing hooded tops in dark colours. The males sounded late teens to early twenties due to them giving the caller a mouthful of abuse. The caller stated the offenders had something that they threw away over a fence. On disturbing the offenders they threw a battery at the callers grey car causing denting damage and a broken top brake light.
Kimberley Road 20/04/2017 –
Caller reported that sometime between 2030 hours on the 19/04/2017 and 0630 hours their white panel van had been broken into. The entry point was through the driver side door as damage was made. The caller reported a green and black drill and battery was removed and stolen.
Theft Other – 1
Kimberley Road 21/04/2017 –
Caller reported that four fence panels had been removed and stolen overnight. The caller suspected that the panels had been slid out of the concrete posts. The caller was left with no protection for their rear garden which bordered onto properties on Coronation Road. 
Strelley Village
Anti Social Behaviour – 2
Main Street 17/04/2017 –
Caller reported at 0030 hours that there was a car parked on the motorway bridge the occupants were playing very loud music which had woken up the caller.
Main Street 20/04/2017 –
Caller reported that at 1530 hours they witnessed a drug deal taking place on the lane known locally as Sandy Lane or Strelley Lane that leads to Catstone Hill. One young black male was on a brand new quad bike wearing a helmet with a blacked out visor. Deal bags were visible with white powder inside them. The second young black male was standing by the quad bike. No further descriptions of the males were available and the caller was unable to obtain the vehicle registration plate of the quad bike.
Thank you,
PCSO 8053 Reddish
07525 989 437
Message sent by
Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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