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Mansfield and District Crime Report

Alert message sent 04/05/2017 12:38:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT – 7 DAYS TO THURSDAY 4th May 2017. (Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler).
Crimes reported over the past 7 days, 12:00 27th April - 12:00 4th May.
Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.
Berry Hill
Burglary other:
On Monday evening a building on Berry Hill Park was broken into. A number of teenage males were seen both inside and around the building.
Theft from a motor vehicle:
Two cars parked on a driveway on The Roddery were entered overnight on Thursday 27th after being left unlocked, loose change was taken from the vehicles.
The front registration plate was stolen from a car parked on Forest Hill on Saturday evening. On Saturday night the taxi licence registration was removed from a taxi which was parked on Nottingham Road.
Overnight on Sunday a car parked on Forest Road was entered after being left unlocked.  A purse containing cash, cards and a driving licence was stolen.
Overnight on Wednesday a car parked on Heathfield Way was entered by means unknown. Two pairs of sunglasses and a sat-nav were stolen.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
In the early hours of Friday morning oil was thrown over a vehicle parked on Black Scotch Close.
Theft from a motor vehicle:
Two windows were smashed on a car parked on Devon Drive overnight on Sunday. The offenders reached into the vehicle and stole the sat-nav.
Theft of a motor vehicle:
Two males were arrested on Leverton Road on Saturday evening for taking a vehicle without consent.
Theft of a motor vehicle:
A motorcycle was taken from a garden on Hall Street on Thursday 27th.
Overnight on Thursday 27th keys were used to enter a car parked on Arthur Street. A number of items were taken from the vehicle, including an Addidas bag containing an Ipad Air and computer accessories.
Forest Town West
Theft from a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Saturday a car parked on Halstead Close was entered by unknown means and property taken, including a black sat-nav, a pink Ipod, cables and a black purse containing coins. On the same night a car parked on a car parked on Shearsby Drive was also entered, a purse containing cash and a number of cards were taken.
Overnight on Sunday a car parked on the driveway of a house on Flint Avenue was entered and the glove compartment emptied.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Saturday a car and caravan parked on Stuart Avenue were deliberately scratched and sprayed with paint.
Overnight on Sunday two tyres were slashed on a car parked on Laurel Avenue.
Grange Farm
Theft from a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Friday a van parked on Kings Mill Lane was entered by unknown means and a drill case with drain equipment was stolen.
Burglary other:
A shed on Ladybrook Lane was broken into by removing the lock, an exact time not known. Property taken included fishing equipment, a strimmer and a hedge trimmer.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
On Wednesday morning a car parked on Ladybrook Lane was damaged when a brick was thrown through the windscreen. The incident was witnessed and the offender is described as a male wearing a grey track suit with a black bomber jacket, his face was concealed.
Burglary other:
Overnight on Monday an outhouse on Clayworth Court was broken into and a jet wash taken along with an electric drill.
Theft from a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Tuesday a van parked on Tedburn Drive was broken into and tools stolen, including a Stihl saw, a nail gun and two drills
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
On Saturday evening a ‘road rage’ incident took place on theA617 in which an offender deliberately smashed another driver’s window.
Several cars parked in a garage premises on Oak Tree Lane were deliberately scratched on the morning of Thursday 4th May.
Oak Tree
Burglary dwelling:
An envelope containing euros was stolen from the hallway of a house on Bradforth Avenue, exact date not known.
Burglary other:
On Friday evening a plant hire company on the Abbey Industrial Park was targeted. The door was forced open and a number of Stihl saws were stolen.
Theft from a motor vehicle:
In the early hours of Monday morning a security guard at the Hermitage Industrial Estate chased away two white teenage males who were breaking into a van, nothing was stolen.
Theft from a motor vehicle:
Overnight on Friday a vehicle parked on The Park and the glove box emptied.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
Damage was caused to the door of a car parked on Wallis Road overnight on Friday in an attempt to gain entry to the vehicle.
Robin Hood
Burglary dwelling:
On Wednesday morning a house on Felton Avenue was broken into by forcing open a rear patio door. Jewellery was stolen from the property.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:
In the early hours of Sunday morning the tyre of a car parked on Vale Road was slashed.
Burglary other:
Over the weekend a shed belonging to a property on West Bank Avenue was entered. A Giant Stance mountain bike was taken, along with a Dewalt drill and a Black and Decker drill.
A cement mixer and insulation materials were taken from a property under renovation on Beech Hill Drive on Wednesday.
Warsop Birklands
Burglary other:
Overnight on Saturday a number of fish were stolen from a garden pond belonging to a property on Vickers Street.
Other News/Appeals:
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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