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Catalytic convertor thefts in Rushcliffe - update

Alert message sent 21/10/2019 14:51:00

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We recently posted information around Catalytic convertor thefts in Rushcliffe along with some crime prevention advice.

We are pleased to say that we have not had any of those types of offence reported to us in recent days/weeks; however we would still ask people to be vigilant when using car parks.

Notts Police currently have some CID officers investigating this type of crime along with some investigation work by British Transport Police (BTP). Some of the offences occurred at the Parkway railway station car park near the A453 on the Notts / Leics border.

Offenders in the past had targeted small hybrid type vehicles and used a jack to lift the car in order to get under the vehicle and steal the convertor.

Should you see any suspicious activity of vehicles being jacked up, in particular at car parks, please observe and if you have any concerns please call 999 with as much informationas you can. https://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/advice/prevention/catalyticconverter
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Howard Shinn (Police, PC 1603, Keyworth North & South, Tollerton, Wolds and Nevile (Rushcliffe South)
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