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Nuthall East Burglary Alert

Alert message sent 09/12/2018 10:11:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good morning,
Nuthall East –
Burglary Dwelling – 1
Harcourt Crescent 07/12/2018 –
Burglary occurred sometime between 2300 hours on the 06/12/2018 and 0700 hours. Unknown suspect had forced entry to the conservatory door, untidy search of the rooms within conducted and handbags, wallets and car keys were removed and stolen. The callers red car still at the address. This happened near to the junction with Assarts Road. The caller heard a gate banging at around 0430 hours. The callers hand bag and contents were found discarded on the Broxtowe Country Park at the footpath entrance from Harcourt Crescent by a walker at 0810 hours.
Suspicious Incident – 2
Hillingdon Avenue 02/12/2018 –
At the top end of the cul de sac near the service station the caller reported that at around 0410 hours they noticed the security light was on to the detached garage. The caller saw two hooded individuals walking away back down towards Mornington Crescent. Descriptions were difficult due to the light but they appeared to be young with medium builds around 5ft 9 tall.
Harcourt Crescent 24/11/2018 –
Caller reported at 1740 hours that black a car had crashed into a virgin media box causing damage and the car had been left insecure. At 1835 hours the owner of the car reported that their car had been moved further down the road from where they had left it. The caller believed it had been stolen then abandoned. The vehicle was now on someone’s fence and a utility box. The caller believed they may have left it unlocked as there was no sign of a break in and they were in possession of the keys.
Thank you,
PCSO 8053 Reddish
07525 989 437
Message sent by
Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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