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Nuthall and Strelley Village Crime Update

Alert message sent 27/05/2017 11:32:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good morning,
Nuthall East –
Anti Social Behaviour – 1
Mornington Crescent 21/05/2017 –
Caller reported at 1455 hours that at the hotel end there were four off road motorbikes going around on pavements, footpaths and going very fast. This had been ongoing for thirty minutes. Three other calls were placed in the area but the motorbikes ended up on Broxtowe Country Park. An officer attended to the area after thirteen minutes and conducted a negative area search for the group.  
Burglary Dwelling – 1
Cedar Avenue 20/05/2017 –
An unknown suspect opened the unlocked front door to the dwelling and reached around, taking the keys from the lock on the inside.  The key ring included the victim’s car keys and the suspect removed the white car from the driveway and made off in it. The victim and their partner were in their living room watching a film when they heard the sound of their front door closing. They have jumped up and seen a person in their car on the driveway. They can only describe this person as being a white male in his late twenties. The car started to drive off and the victim attempted to open the passenger door but found it to be locked.  The car collided with their gate post before making off in company with a white car. This incident took place at around 2225 hours.
Criminal Damage – 1
Assarts Road 26/05/2017 –
Caller reported damage to their black car at around 1830 hours with one tyre slashed. The caller was in the garden when they heard a noise and noticed the car tyre was down. The caller believed a knife was used and no one was around that the caller could see. The car was previously targeted for theft from motor vehicle on the 15/04/2017.
Suspicious Incident – 3
Upminster Drive 22/05/2017 –
Caller reported that at 2220 hours a blue car was seen being driven in an erratic manner and it was in the car park near the restaurant. The caller reported that for the past few weeks the car and occupants had been hanging around the estate. The caller stated that when vans were driving around looking into houses this car was always around in the area to.
Nottingham Road 22/05/2017 –
Caller reported at 2345 hours that a white van with two white male occupants had pulled on to the drive. One of them shouted that he was changing a tyre but then they drove off straight away, the caller stated they were not there long enough to change a tyre. Both males were out of the van when the caller looked out of the window. The male who spoke to the caller was 5ft 7 with short dark hair. This was close to the Nuthall roundabout Kimberley side.
Vernon Court 24/05/2017 –
Caller reported that at 2310 hours they saw four males with balaclavas getting laptops and televisions out of a grey car parked at the rear of the flats. The caller stated they overheard the group saying "we’ve just nicked the car, we’ve got there’s from a burglary". Eight officers arrived into the area after twelve minutes and the group couldn’t be located. The grey car was reported as being stolen on the 25/05/2017 from David Lane, Basford. At 1125 hours an officer attended to the area and had the stolen car recovered. 
Nuthall West –
Anti Social Behaviour – 2
Laurel Crescent 24/05/2017 –
Caller reported at 1950 hours that their neighbour was smashing up his house and he had thrown a plank of wood over the fence and this had nearly hit another neighbour in the head. The caller could hear glass smashing and stated this had been ongoing for the past fifteen minutes. The caller’s garden backed on to their neighbours and the male was throwing various items around causing potential risk to other neighbours. Two officers attended to the area after twenty one minutes and provided the following update. We did hear some shouting on arrival and the male came to front door and said he had been smashing rubbish up. The male was watching the football which was on loudly. We have asked him to keep the noise down.
Basil Russell Playing Fields 24/05/2017 –
Caller reported at 2040 hours that a group of teenagers were causing a nuisance on the playing field. The caller stated they had been taking drugs and racing cars around. The caller walked back onto the park a short time later and they had all gone off somewhere else.
Suspicious Incident – 1
Spring Terrace 22/05/2017 –
Caller reported at 2210 hours that a vehicle had been driving around in the field for the past ten minutes, they were shining torches from the vehicle. 
Strelley Village –
Suspicious Incident – 1
Oakland Way 21/05/2017 –
Caller reported at 2305 hours that an Indian male aged around thirty years was knocking on their door. The male wore a grey tracksuit top but nothing underneath.  The caller stated the male was walking away towards the Bilborough College and the male had kicked the caller’s car before walking away. Two officers attended to the area after forty minutes and provided the below update. CCTV footage viewed and the male made no attempt to damage any doors or cars. The male had a t-shirt that he kept wrapping and unwrapping round his wrist. The male walked off and there were no offences.
Thank you,
PCSO 8053 Reddish
07525 989 437
Message sent by
Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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