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Crime Report Hucknall and the Rural Villages for week to Thursday 31 October 2019

Alert message sent 31/10/2019 16:00:00

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Crimes reported over the past seven days.

Burglary Dwelling
Between 10.00am and 1.00pm on Thursday 24 October in Papplewick Lane, Hucknall, the back door to a property was forced to gain entry.  We do not know if anything was stolen.

Between 9.00am and 4.15pm on Thursday 24 October in Bishops way, Hucknall, a house was entered by smashing the glass in patio door.  The offenders were disturbed but made off with coins and jewellery.

Burglary Other
At around 12.15pm on Sunday 27 October in Blenheim Park Road, Bulwell, an industrial unit was broken into and searched, nothing obvious was stolen.

Between Saturday 26 October and 7.45pm on Monday 28 October in Blenheim Park Road, Bulwell, the windows of an industrial unit were smashed and shutters forced but no entry was gained.

Theft of motor vehicle
Between 8.00pm on Thursday 24 and 8.00am Friday 25 October in Annesley Road, Hucknall, a black and gold Gilera Runner motorbike was stolen.

Between 10.00pm on Saturday 26 and 11.15am on Sunday 27 October in Portland road, Hucknall, the front number plate was snapped off a Toyota Aygo.

Theft from motor vehicle
At some time prior to Sunday 27 October in Washdyke Lane, Hucknall, the rear number plate was stolen from a Ford Ranger.

Between 9.50pm on Tuesday 29 October in Sandy Lane, Hucknall, a Mitsubishi Trojan van was broken into.  We do not know at this time if anything was stolen.

Between 4.45pm on Sunday 27 October and 6.50am on Monday 28 October in Wagstaff Lane, Jacksdale, a Citroen Dispatch van was broken into and the following DeWalt items stolen, drill, multi tool and a DAB radio,

Between 7.30pm on Tuesday 29 and 7.00am on Wednesday 30 October in Church Lane, Underwood, a white Ford Transit van was broken into and a Makita drill stolen.

Theft
None to report.

Criminal Damage
At around 7.35pm on Sunday 27 October in Belvoir Street, Hucknall, a window to a property was smashed.
Between 11.00am and 12.45pm on Sunday 27 October in Goodall Crescent, Hucknall, the window to a ground floor fat was smashed.

At sometime on Monday 28 October in Goodall Crescent, Hucknall, glue was forced into the front door lock of a flat.

Between 12.35pm and 13.05pm on Sunday 27 October outside Home Bargains, Ashgate Road, Hucknall, the paint work on the passenger side of a blue Vauxhall Tigra was scratched.

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 AshfieldNPT@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk or you can contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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