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Crime report for Ashfield South week to 9 October 2019

Alert message sent 11/10/2019 16:48:00

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Crimes reported for Hucknall and the Rural Villages over the past seven days.

Burglary Dwelling
At around 10.55pm on Wednesday 9 October in Bestwood Road, Bulwell there was an attempt to break into a house.

Burglary Other
Between 7.45am and 5.10pm on Friday 4 October in York Street, Hucknall a shed was broken into and a grey mountain bike was stolen.

At 5am on Saturday 5 October in Annesley Road, Hucknall there was an attempt to break into a property by smashing a window. No entry gained.

At 3pm on Monday 7 October at The Aerodrome, Watnall Road, Hucknall a commercial unit was broken into and a Belle Hydraulic pack, Clipper floor saw, three Stihl saws, two Excalibur core drills and a 240v generator were stolen. A white Ford transit with a grey roof was seen leaving the premises.

Between 10am and 2.35pm on Tuesday 8 October in Leen Drive, Hucknall a garage was broken into and golf clubs and other items were stolen.

Theft of motor vehicle
Between 2am and 10.30am on Saturday 5 October in Derbyshire Lane, Hucknall a blue Triumph motorbike was stolen from a driveway.

Between 11.30am and 12.30pm on Thursday 3 October a red and black Honda Super motorbike was stolen from the rear of the Old Public Hall, Watnall Road, Hucknall.

Between 10.45 pm and 11pm on Wednesday 8 October in Derbyshire Lane, Hucknall a red Civic motorbike was stolen but later recovered with some damage.

Theft from motor vehicle
None reported for this period.

Criminal Damage
Between 10.20pm and 11.30pm on Saturday 5 October in Broomhill Road, Hucknall in a passage between houses a double glazed window at the side of one of the houses was smashed.

At about 10.50pm on Monday 7 October in Rosslyn Drive, Hucknall a rock was thrown at a front window of a house damaging the outer pane.

Between 4pm and 6pm on Tuesday 8 October in Voce Gardens, Hucknall a group of young persons jumped on a white Peugeot 208 parked at the roadside causing damage to the roof and bonnet.

At around 10.30pm on Tuesday 8 October in High Street, Hucknall near the junction with South Street a group of youths climbed on a flat roof of a building then with a roof tile smashed the windscreen of a VW Touran parked by a restaurant.

Between 7pm on Tuesday 8 and 7.10am on Wednesday 9 October in Plumb Road, Hucknall two tyres on a white Citroen car parked at the roadside were slashed.

On two consecutive days in the afternoon on Friday 4 and then early evening Saturday 5 October in farmland, Hobsic Lane, Selston some straw bales were set alight.

 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 the Ashfield District Neighbourhood Policing Team 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:-
Ashfield Police: Hucknall, Jacksdale, Selston, Underwood and area.
Just press the ‘Like’ to get access. 
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