MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT – 7 DAYS TO THURSDAY 25th May 2017. (Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler).
Crimes reported over the past 7 days, 12:00 18th May - 12:00 25th May. Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.
Theft from a motor vehicle: In the early hours of Sunday morning a car parked on White Rose Avenue was entered by means unknown. A work bag containing tools was taken, along with a sat-nav.
Burglary dwelling: An empty property under renovation on Broomhill Lane was entered at some time on Monday or Tuesday via an unsecured window and tools stolen.
On Saturday evening a flat on Rosemary Street was entered after residents left the building for a few minutes without securing the property. A purse containing cards was stolen, along with an Xbox.
Burglary other: On Thursday 18th a shed on Oundle Drive was entered after the door was removed, a cordless drill was stolen.
Overnight on Monday the shed to a property on Fairholme Drive was broken into, a Stihl saw and a generator were stolen.
Theft of a motor vehicle: Overnight on Thursday 18th a Peugeot Kisbee motorcycle was stolen from outside an address on Fairholme Drive.
Forest Town West
Theft from a motor vehicle: An offender was witnessed searching the boot of a car on Summerdowns, he ran away when challenged.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: On Monday night a car parked on a caravan site on Old Mill Lane was damaged during an incident.
Stones were thrown at a car parked on Stuart Avenue on Tuesday morning causing damage to the driver’s window.
Burglary dwelling: On Saturday an unsuccessful attempt was made to enter a house on Rannoch Drive, a rear door was damaged in the incident.
Theft from a motor vehicle: A car parked on Davey Road was entered in the early hours of Tuesday morning via an unlocked door, a Dewalt drill was stolen.
Burglary other: At some time on Thursday or Friday a garage on Wheatfield Avenue was broken into after the lock was removed, two cordless drills were taken.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: In the early hours of Friday morning the light of a car parked on Sandringham Road was deliberately scratched.
On Saturday evening a brick was thrown at a car parked on Kingsley Court, smashing the rear windscreen.
Burglary dwelling: On Saturday afternoon a bicycle was stolen from the corridor of a flat on Colston Road. Another bicycle was taken from a shed on Colston Court at some point in the previous week.
Theft from a motor vehicle: A van was broken into on Syerston Court at some time on Sunday afternoon or overnight. The side door of the vehicle was forced open and a number of tools taken. During Sunday night another van in the area was targeted, this time on Cambourne Place. A bag containing reference books was stolen, along with a car charger.
Theft of a motor vehicle: A Sinnis Shuttle motorcycle was stolen from the garden of a house on Hobhouse Road. CCTV captured the incident, which occurred at 23:05 on Thursday 18th. Four males wearing dark clothing were seen to steal the vehicle, which was later recovered.
Burglary dwelling: On Sunday afternoon the window of a house on High Oakham Road was forced open, entry was not gained.
Burglary other: A shop on the Hermitage Lane industrial estate was broken into overnight on Thursday 18th. A till containing a small amount of cash was stolen.
Theft from a motor vehicle: An offender was disturbed removing a bike rack adjustment wheel from the back of a camper van parked on Commercial Gate on the morning of Thursday 25th.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: On Thursday 18th a car parked on Newton Street was scratched along all sides.
At some time on Monday or Tuesday three tyres were slashed on a car parked on Broxtowe Drive.
Burglary dwelling: On Thursday 18th an attempt was made to enter a house on Colne Close, a rear door was damaged in the attempt.
The bowling hut on Yeoman Hill Park was targeted on Saturday afternoon by a group of four young white males, two of whom were walking, two riding bikes. The hut was damaged in the incident, entry was not gained.
Burglary other: A shop on Newgate Lane was broken into overnight on Thursday 18th and a search made of the property.
The pavilion on Carr Bank Park was broken into on Saturday, causing damage to the building.
Theft of a motor vehicle: In the early hours of Saturday morning a silver VW Golf was stolen from outside an address on Lawrence Avenue.
Theft from a motor vehicle: A car parked on Sandringham Drive was entered by unknown means overnight on Thursday 18th. Two DVD players, sunglasses and a gym bag were taken.
Burglary other: Overnight on Friday there was an unsuccessful attempt to enter business premises on Westfield Lane, two windows were smashed in the incident.
A school on Rosemary Street was targeted overnight on Monday. A door was damaged in an unsuccessful attempt to gain entry.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Overnight on Monday a car parked on Lindley Street was entered by means unknown, items were taken from the glove compartment.
Theft from a motor vehicle: On Tuesday night a van parked on Bainbridge Road was broken into. The rear window was smashed and a Makita drill stolen.
Chief Constable responds following Manchester attack
Nottinghamshire Chief Constable Craig Guildford said: “Our thoughts are with the families of those who have died and those who have been injured following this horrific incident in Manchester. “Our policing colleagues and the other emergency services are continuing to do an outstanding job in difficult circumstances in the devastating aftermath of this attack, and we are also thinking of them. “Families and many young people were out to enjoy a concert at the Manchester Arena, with some of those not returning home. We are saddened and shocked to hear that 22 victims have died, and 59 people have been injured. “We have sent specialist resources to assist Greater Manchester Police (GMP) overnight as part of the response to this incident. “The most important thing for everyone, both in Nottinghamshire and across the UK, is to remain vigilant and if you have suspicions, tell us. If you see something that concerns you, report it. “Terrorists aim to create distrust and fear in our communities and we will not let this happen. We will be working with colleagues within the National Counter Terrorist Policing Network, other police forces and UK intelligence services to establish what happened in Manchester and assessing our plans here to take all steps possible to keep our communities are safe. “Today is a sad day for us all, and here in Nottinghamshire, as we go about our business we must stand together during this difficult time.” Those with images or footage from last night’s incident should upload them to ukpoliceimageappeal.co.uk or ukpoliceimageappeal.com The Anti-Terrorist Hotline number is 0800 789321.
Message ends. Inspector Nick Butler Mansfield District Commander