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Crime report Ashfield South week to 18 May 2017

Alert message sent 18/05/2017 18:00:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch in Nottinghamshire

Crimes reported over the past seven days.

Burglary Dwelling.
Between 2.20pm and 3.20pm on Sunday 14 May in Skegby Road, Annesley Woodhouse a house was entered via a back window and some Crown Derby pottery, Jewellery and some cash was stolen. 3 Arrests were later made.
Burglary Other
Between 9pm on Wednesday 10 and 6.15am Thursday 11 May in Long Hill Rise, Hucknall a garage was broken into and a blue Boardman bike stolen.
Between 2.15pm and 4pm on Sunday 14 May in Sandy Lane, Hucknall a garage was broken into and the contents of a freezer was stolen.
Around 10pm on Thursday 11 May Greens Service Station, Nottingham Road, Selston was broken into but nothing was stolen.
Between 12 midday on Friday 12 and 4pm Saturday 13 May in Moss Road, Hucknall a garage was broken into by cropping the padlocks and a trailer within was then broken into and GX21 and a new GXFF paint sprayer a HLVP Turbo Force 7 paint sprayer, 3 cordless pain sprayers which are new to the market and a small child’s 50cc Chinese motorbike were stolen.

Theft of a Vehicle.
No vehicles were stolen for this period.
Theft from a Vehicle
Between 3pm on Saturday 13 and 11.55am Monday 15 May in Peveril Street, Hucknall the number plates were stolen from a silver Peugeot 206 convertible car.
Between 10pm on Sunday 14 and 5.30am Monday 15 May in Sovereign Gardens, Selston a Ford Transit van was broken into via the rear door and a Stihl saw and a Jack hammer with 3 chisels were stolen.
Between 9pm on Saturday 13 and 10.30am Sunday 14 May in Park Road, Hucknall a Renault Clio was broken into by smashing the rear window and around 13 golf clubs, golf bag and golf shoes were stolen.
Overnight of the 10/11 May in Beauvale Road, Hucknall the number plates were stolen from a Vauxhall Astra Van.
Overnight of the 14/15 May in Upper Mexborough Road, Selston an orange coloured van parked on the road was entered via the rear doors and a welder and various Snap-on tools were stolen.
Between 9pm on Sunday 14 and 5am Monday 15 May in Green Crescent, Selston an insecure Ford Transit van parked on a driveway was entered and Makita power tools, a cordless drill and an impact driver were stolen.
Overnight of 10/11 May in Main Road, Kirkby Woodhouse 6 alloy wheels and tyres were stolen from the front and rear garden of a property.
Between 9.30am on Monday 8 and 6.30 Tuesday 9 May in Ruffs Drive, Hucknall lead flashing was stolen from an outhouse roof.
Between 7pm and 7.40pm on Tuesday 16 May at the Hucknall Leisure Centre a green Voodoo Zobop Mountain bike left secure was stolen from the bike rack.

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 who the person(s) responsible are? Have you noticed any suspicious activity prior to any incident? 
Or do you have any CCTV footage that may be of help? 
If so, please contact Stephen Swift, Intelligence Officer for Hucknall, by e-mail at or you can contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The police now have a Facebook page and you can see it on:-
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This message is sent on behalf of Insp. Glenn Longden.
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Peter Voysey (NHWN, Local Communications Administrator, Ashfield South)

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