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Crime Report - Ashfield South for the week to Thursday 6 July 2017

Alert message sent 07/07/2017 17:04:00

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Crimes reported over the past seven days.


Burglary Dwelling

Between 10.30pm on Wednesday 28 June and 5.30am on Thursday 29 June in Florence Street, Hucknall, a property was entered by an insecure rear door and a Play Station, golf clubs and a tobacco tin were stolen.


Burglary Other

Between 10.00pm on Friday 30 June and 6.45am on Saturday1 July in Wigwam Lane, Hucknall, the front door to an industrial unit was damaged to gain entry.  20 bouncy castles, 20 blowers, extension leads and pegs were stolen.


Between 9.00pm on Friday 30 June and 6.30am on Saturday 1 July in Willow Court

Cordy Lane, Underwood, the lock was cropped to gain entry to a property.  It is not known if anything was stolen.


Sometime before 5.12pm on Tuesday 4 July in St. Marys Way, Hucknall, a garage block was forcibly entered and an orange 125cc KTM motor bike was stolen.  This has since been recovered.


Sometime before 8.27pm on Tuesday 4 July in Sherwood Drive, Annesley Woodhouse, a shed was broken into by cutting the padlock.  Items were removed but left in the garden.


At 4.55am on Wednesday 5 July in Alfreton Road, Underwood, an attempt was made to enter a workshop by removing the double glazing to a window.  The alarm was activated and the offender made off.


Theft of motor vehicle

Between 8.00pm on Wednesday 28 June and 7.50pm on Sunday 2 July, in Broomhill Road, Hucknall, a moped was stolen.


Overnight Friday 30 June to Saturday 1 July in Ogle Street, Hucknall, a black Vauxhall Astra was stolen using keys from a handbag previously stolen in a local bar.


Theft from motor vehicle

Between 4.00pm on Friday 30 June and 7.40am on Monday 3 July in Skegby Road, Annesley Woodhouse, a blue Ford Transit van was broken into, batteries, drills and various other tools and a jigsaw were stolen.


Between 7.20pm on Monday 3 July and 7.45am on Tuesday 4 July in Vedonis Park, Hucknall, an insecure Skoda Octavia was entered and money, a wallet, bank cards and driving licence were stolen.


Between 1.00pm and 9.25pm on Friday 30 June at the NET Tram Stop, Baths Lane, Hucknall, a blue and white Saracen push bike, left secure, was stolen.


Between 4.00pm and 4.30pm in James Street, Annesley Woodhouse, a black and luminous green Viking cycle was stolen from a back garden.


Between midday and 2.00pm on Tuesday 4 July at the Sherwood Business Park, Annesley, a silver and red Carrera Fury 2015 cycle, left secured, was stolen.


Each week we get reports of push bikes being stolen even though they are secured and left in busy areas.  Owners need to invest in strong locks and chains which make cutting them difficult.  Cutting equipment will need to be heavier and the time needed increased, thus making the chances of the thief being noticed and challenged more likely. If you have an expensive bike it makes sense to invest in a good quality lock.


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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