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crime report for the 28th May to the 4th June 2019

Alert message sent 04/06/2019 21:19:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police


MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT –7 DAYS Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler.

 Crimes reported over the past 7 days, 12:00 28th May 2019- 12:00 Noon 4th June 2019.

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.


Berry Hill
 
Burglary  Dwelling;
 
Burglary occurred overnight between 23.00hours on Sunday the 2nd June and 06.30 hours on Monday the 3rd June. Items and vehicle were stolen from the address on Chatsworth Drive.
 
Attempted break in, on Robin Down Lane between 22.00hourson Sunday the 2nd June and 07.00 hours on Monday the 3rd June. Damage caused to conservatory door.
 
Theft Other:
 
Dumper truck stolen overnight from construction site on High Oakham Drive, this happened between the hours of 16.30 hours on Tuesday the 28th May and 07.30 hours on 29th May.
 
A push bike was secured by a chain to the front wall of a property on Scholars Way, was stolen. This happened between the hours of 21.00hours on Friday 31 st May and 10.00hours on Saturday the 1st June
 
Two items of plant machinery was stolen from a construction site on Lindhurst Way. This happened at approximately 13.00 hours on Monday the 3rd June.
 
 
Broomhill
 
Burglary  other than  Dwelling;
 
 A garage has been entered overnight and an untidy search has occurred. This happened between 23.30hours on Saturday the 29th May and 08.00 hours on Sunday the 30th May. Nothing was stolen from the Cheriton Close address.
 
Theft From Motor Vehicle:
 
On Bould Street a vehicle was broken into overnight. This happened between the hours of 18.30 on Sunday the 2nd June and  06.45 hours on Monday the 3rd June.
 
 
 
Eakring
 
Theft  of Motor Vehicle:
 
A vehicle was stolen from Maltby Road reported to the police on Monday the 3rd June. 
 
 
 
 Gange Farm
 
Theft From Motor Vehicle:
 
A Toyota vehicle has been broken into overnight between the hours of 22.00 on Wednesday the 29th May and 07.30 hours on the Thursday the 30th May.
 
 A vehicle was broken into on Mill Court between the hours 22.00hours on Wednesday the 29th May and 08.00 hours on Thursday the 30th May 2 Pairs of sunglasses, iPod and coat to the value of £400 were taken.
 
A vehicle was broken into on Century Avenue overnight, this happened between 19.00 hours on Wednesday the 29th May and 07.45 hours on Thursday the 30th May. Glove box contents were emptied but nothing stolen.
 
Ladybrook:
 
Burglary  Dwelling;
 A property was broken into on Harrington Street, this happened between the hours of 12.30 hours and 22.20 hours on Saturday the 29thof May
 
A shed was broken into on Burns street at 04.14 on Friday the 31st May.
 
Leeming Lane:
 
Burglary  Other Than Dwelling;
 
Public house broken into Leeming Lane south this occurred at 02.15 hours   on Thursday the 30th May. Entry gained by forcing two windows. Property was also damaged inside.
 
Theft From Motor Vehicle:
A car parked on the driveway on Muirfield Way was broken into between the hours of 21.00 on Monday the 3rd June and 05.15 hours on Tuesday the 4th June. Jackets and sunglasses were stolen from within.
 
Theft  of Motor Vehicle:
Childs quad motor bike was stolen from the rear garden of a property on Radbourne Street.  This happened between the hours of 01.00hours and 04.00hours on Monday the 3rd June.  It was stolen from a secure garden.
 
Theft Other:
Vehicle was taken form Bath Lane on the Sunday the 2nd June.
 
 
 Lindhurst:
 
Burglary  Dwelling;
 
 An attempt break on a Trowell Court garage happened between 19.00 hours on Friday the 28th June and 01.40 hours on Saturday the 29th June. No entry gained, damage has been caused.
 
Damage was caused to a door on a property on Redruth Drive, whilst attempts were made trying to gain entry to the property.. This happened between the hours of 12.00 hours and 14.00 hours on Friday the 31st May.
 
Burglary  Other Than Dwelling;
 
A garage on Newark Close, attempts were made to gain entry Reported to the police on Friday the 28th May at approximately midnight.
 
 On Yeovil Court a property’s key safe has been damaged.  This was reported to the police on Sunday the 30th May.
 
 
Theft Other:
 
On Thursday the 27th May a property had some wicker furniture stolen from the garden of the property on Southwell Road West. It was taken at 22.50 hours.
 
Oaktree
 
Burglary  Dwelling;
A property was broken into on Hollington Way. Door had been prised open reported to the police on Saturday the 1st June.
 
Burglary  Other Than Dwelling:
Garage has been broken into on Mappleton Drive; this happened between the hours of 18.00 hours on the 27th May and Tuesday the 28th May.
 
Theft Other
Monday the 3rd June a dumper truck was being driven by 2 youths on Eakring road 21.32 hours .It was heading towards the desert.
 
 
Portland
 
Theft of Motor Vehicle
A blue Ford Fiesta was stolen without keys from Nottingham Road between the hours of 13.00hours and 17.30 hours on Wednesday the 29th May.
 
Priory
 
Theft Other:
 
Lead flashing stolen from a property on Church Street, and damage was caused to trees. Reported to the police on 28th May .
 
Waste oil was stolen from Swan Lane, approximately 200 Litres. Happened between Midnight and 16.00hours on the 30th May
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Ravensdale
 
Theft  Other:
 
A parcel was delivered to the wrong address on Blake Crescent, delivery driver returned to the address to claim the parcel but they denied that the parcel had been delivered. This occurred on Monday the 1st June.
 
Robin Hood:
 
Theft Of Motor Vehicle:
 
A vehicle on Park Hall Road has had a rear window forced open. This has happened between 21.15 hours on Sunday the 2nd June.
 
 
Sherwood:
 
Burglary  Dwelling;
 
A Thorseby Street property was broken into whilst the occupants were sleeping, this happened between 22.30 hours on Saturday the 1st June and 05.00hours on Sunday the 2nd June.
 
 
Town Centre:
 
Theft Other:
 A Purse was stolen a bag from within a store on West Gate on Friday the 31st May.
 
A mobile phone was left in a restaurant in the town centre and was picked up by a stranger. This occurred at 18.11 on Friday the 31st May.
 
Cash was stolen from a handbag whilst a female was shopping on the market area. £30 was taken. This happened on Saturday the 1st June.
 
Bank cards were lost at approximately 02.00 hours on Saturday the 1st June whilst around the Leeming Street area.
 
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Warsop / Birklands
 
Theft From Motor vehicle:
Both number plates have been stolen from a vehicle parked on Longden Terrace sometime between 14.55 hours and 16.07hours on Wednesday the 29th May
 
Both number plates have been stolen from a vehicle parked on Sherwood Street .
They were last seen at approximately 20.30 hours on the 28th May.
 
Number plates were stolen from a vehicle parked on Vickers Street. Last seen at 19.00 hours on Tuesday the28th May.
 
Theft Of Motor Vehicle:
 
A Ford Fiesta in blue was stolen from Sherwood Street; it was parked on a driveway. Happened between the hours of 00.30 on Friday the 31st May and 07.30 hours Saturday the 1st June       
 
 
Other News/Appeals:

 If you have any information relating to the above criminal activity e.g. did you or anyone you know witness one of the incidents?

Do you know the person (s) responsible is?

Have you noticed any suspicious activity prior to any incident?

Or do you have any CCTV footage that may be of any help?

If so, please contact the Nottinghamshire Police Safer neighbourhood team on Manssouthnpt@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk

 

 

Message ends.

Inspector Nick Butler

Mansfield District Commander

 
 
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Message sent by
Amanda Parkes (Police, NHWN, PCSO 8169, Ravensdale (Mansfield South)

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