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Neighbourhood Alert 22nd to 29th Oct

Alert message sent 29/10/2019 15:04:00

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 22nd October 2019- 12:00 Noon 29th October 2019.

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.

Robin Hood
Theft from motor vehicle:
Incident reported on the 22nd October. Vehicle parked on Bullock Close has had holes drilled into the back doors and locks tampered with. Nothing has been taken. No further details known.
 
Theft other:
Incident reported on the 22nd October. Bicycle taken from Vale Road overnight between 21st October to 22nd October. No further details known.
 
Pleasley Hill/Bull Farm.
Theft from motor vehicle:
Incident reported on the 22n October. Both number plates removed from vehicle on Cranmer Grove. Unsure of exact time but may have occurred sometime during 19th October and 22nd October. No further details known.
 
Church Warsop
Theft other:
Incident reported on the 24th October. Caller reporting two male have attended address on Rectory Road to sell fish. Caller has then made an order, one of the males has then returned to the address with a much larger order than what was made. The caller was then told a new amount that was owed, handed over money and needed more so left the male unattended in the kitchen whilst they went to fetch more money. More money than what was needed was handed over and no change given. The males then left and caller noticed more money had gone missing from the property.
First male is described as a white male, late 50’s, 5’08 tall, large build, clean shaven, wearing a white overall with no company name. Second male is described as a white male, aged 40-50,5’09 tall stocky build, clean shaven, mousey brown hair, wearing a long white coat.
 
Theft of motor vehicle:
Incident reported on the 29th October. Between 1:35pm and 12:40 a van was stolen on Laurel Avenue. Keys left in van. No further details known.
 
Ladybrook

Theft other:
Incident reported on the 24th October. Bike has been stolen, it was chained up in the front garden on Harrington Street between 9pm on the 23rd October and 8am on the 24th October. No further details known.
 
Theft other:
Incident reported on the 28th October. Caller reporting theft of cash card, phone top up card, water card, gas card which has been taken from a bag. Occurred around 2pm on the 27th October. No further details known.
 
Sherwood

Theft Other:
Incident reported on the 24th October. Bicycle stolen from Clumber Drive around 10am on the 23rd October. No further details known.
 
Burglary dwelling:

Incident reported on the 25th October. Between 1am and 8am entry to property has been made on Sherwood Rise. Phone, playstation, laptop, purse and bankcards taken. No further details known.
 
Ravensdale
Theft other:
Incident reported on the 23rd October. Bike stolen yesterday green, yellow and black Carrera. Left chained up on Sandy Lane. Taken between 2pm on the 22nd October and 6am 23rd October. No further details known.
 
Burglary dwelling:
Incident reported on the 26th October. Pushbike stolen from garden on Edgare Avenue, occurred around 2:10am. No further details known.
 
Theft other:
Incident reported on 27th October. Childrens frog bike has been taken from shed on the back garden on Peck Hill. Occurred between 24th October and 27th October. No further details known.
 
Oaktree.
Theft from motor vehicle:
Incident reported on the 24th October. Vehicle broken into overnight on The Dukeries between 10pm and 7am. No further details known.
 
Theft of motor vehicle:

 Incident reported on the 27th October. Unknown person has tried to steal motorbike from the rear garden on Mappleton Drive. No further details known.

Lindhurst
Theft from motor vehicle:
Incident reported on the 22nd October. Vehicle has been broken into on drive at North Park. Occurred between 2pm on the 20th October and 8.30am on the 22nd October. No damaged caused to the vehicle, two pairs of sunglasses taken. No further details known.
 
Theft from motor vehicle:
Incident reported on the 24th October. Number plates have been taken from two vehicles on Southwell Road West. No further details known.
 
Burglary other than dwelling:
Incident reported on the 27th October. Shed broken into on Dorset Way. Occurred overnight. Nothing stolen, just damage caused to the locks. No further details known.
 
Town Centre
Theft other:
Incident reported on the 26th October. Purse stolen from Marks and Spencers between 11:30am and 12:30pm was secured in a ziplock shopping bag. No further details known.
 
Theft other:
Incident reported on the 28th October. Caller reporting theft of purse whilst in Mansfield Town Centre. Occurred between 12:00 and 12:30. No further details known.
 
Theft other:
Incident reported on the 29th October. Caller reporting bicycle stolen from bottom of White Hart Street. Corolla worth around £300.
 
Portland

Theft other:
Incident reported on 28th October. Caller reporting theft of crossfire hybrid pushbike. Occurred either on 18th or 19th October. No further details known.
 
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

 

YOU CAN NOW REPORT INCIDENTS ON LINE AT:

www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/contact

follow the link – Report a crime or incident on line.

(In an emergency always call 999).

 
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Rachel Coetzee (Police, PCSO, Mansfield)

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