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Neighbourhood alert 7th to 14th Jan

Alert message sent 16/01/2020 15:38:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police


MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT –14 DAYS Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler.

 Crimes reported over the past 14 days, 12:00 7th January 2020- 12:00 Noon 14th January 2020

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.
Ravensdale
Theft other: Incident reported on the 7th January. Lead has been stolen off a roof on Woodhouse Road. No CCTV no further details known.
 
Burglary other than dwelling:  Incident reported on the 7th January. Garage on Bilborough Road broken into and moped taken. No further details known.
 
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 12th January. Front passenger side window has been smashed on Bath Lane. Five or six CD’s have been taken. No further details known.
 
Eakring
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 8th January. Van has been broken into on Redcliffe Road. Two sets of triple ladders have been taken. Incident occurred between 1am and 6am. No further details known.
 
Burglary other than dwelling:  Incident reported on the 10th January. Entry gained to property on Epsom Street. Windows were found wide open.  No further details known.
 
Theft form motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 13th January. Access to vehicle parked on Little Barn Lane has been made, no sign of damage. Glove box has been opened. No further details known.
 
Town Centre
Burglary dwelling: Incident reported on the 10th January. Entry gained to property on Leeming Street between 12.20pm and 8.30pm. Two packs of cigarettes have been taken. No further details known.
 
Forest Town
Theft of motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 13th January. Moped taken from Fulmar Close. Steering lock was on. Caller still has the key. No further details known.
 
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 9th January. Number plates stolen from vehicle parked on Newlands Drive. No further details known.
 
Burglary dwelling: Incident reported on the 14th January. Between 12pm on the 12th January and 10am on the 14th January entry has been gained to an unlocked garage on Lime Grove. Green giant mountain bike has been taken. No further details known.
 
Burglary dwelling: Incident reported on the 12th January. Caller was asleep in property on Leeming Street when they woke up to a man in the house. He shortly ran out of the house. Male described as mixed race with a beard. No further details known.
 
Leeming Lane
Burglary other than dwelling: Incident reported on the 7th January. Attempt break into a caravan parked on Leeming Lane North between 8.30pm and 4.30pm. No access gained. No further details known.
 
Portland
Burglary dwelling: Incident reported on the 7th January. Access gained to property on Derby Street by unknown means. Unknown quantity of jewellery taken. No further details known.
 
Theft other: Incident reported on the 8th January. Push bike has been taken from property on Moor Lane. Description of the offenders are two large adult males wearing all black and face covered. No further details known.
 
Oak Tree
Burglary dwelling: Incident reported on the 11th January. Unknown person has tried door handle on Eckington Walk on two separate occasions. No further details known.
 
Pleasly Hill

Burglary dwelling: Incident reported on the 8th January. Property on Kingfisher Road has been broken into. Access gained by smashing back patio doors in kitchen. No further details known.
 
Ladybrook
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 8th January. Vehicle broken into on Stanton Place no damage caused to vehicle. Untidy search within. Rayban sunglasses. No further details known.
 
Lindhurst
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 9th January. Catalytic converter taken from vehicle parked on Astbury Drive between 8.45 am and 5.55pm. No further details known.
 
Warsop/ Burklands
Theft of motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 9th January. Vehicle stole from Waterfield Avenue. No further details known.
 
Burglar dwelling:  Incident reported on the 12th January. Caller reporting two make have been knocking at the door insistently and both shorty left in vehicle. Attempt to gain access made by males trying the door handle. Property on Watson Street. Mo further details known.
 
Sherwood
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 12th January. Vehicle broken into on Wood Street. Sat nav, few pounds in change and a few CDs have been takem. No further details known.
 
Priory
Theft of motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 13th January. Caller reporting vehicle has been taken from Leeming Lane South between 11th January at 2pm and 13th January at 7.30am. 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).
 
Message sent by
Rachel Coetzee (Police, PCSO, Mansfield)

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