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Crime report for the 11th February2020 to the 18th February 2020

Alert message sent 18/02/2020 15:45:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police


MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT – 07 DAYS TO Saturday Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler.

 Crimes reported over the past 7 days, 12:00 11th February 2020- 12:00 Noon 18th February 2020.

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.

Berry Hill
 
Theft From Motor Vehicle:
 
Doverdale Close a car was broken into overnight on the 16th February Items were stolen from within. No damage on the vehicle.
 
Between 17.30hours on Sunday the 16th February and 09.30 hours Monday the 17th February a car on Abbeydale Drive has been broken into - driver’s door was left slightly open. No damage caused.  Small amount of change was stolen.
 
 
 
 
 
Broomhill
 
Burglary Dwelling:
 
On Fairholme Drive between the 11th and 12th February a property was broken into. No obvious signs of a break in. Reported to the police on the 17th February 2020
 
 
Theft Other:
Drayton Avenue on the 12 th February two males have got out the taxi and said that they would come back with the rest of the fare and they did not return.
 
 On Saturday the 15th February, a theft was reported, that a known offender has taken cash from within a property on Sadler Street.
 
At 10am on the morning of Monday the 17th February a blue Apollo Mountain bike and rucksack, which were left outside a property on Chesterfield Road, were stolen.
 
 
 
Cumberlands:
 
Theft From Motor Vehicle:
 
 At approximately 21.30 hours on Sunday the 16th February 4 males were seen to try to steal a moped from Somersall Street.
 
 
 
 
Forest Town East
 
Burglary Dwelling:
 
On Garibaldi Road at 14.21 hours on Thursday the 13th February a known male had gained entry to a property by breaking the window.
 
Reports of an attempt break on Ninth Avenue on the Friday the 14th February at 21.00 hours. No entry gained.
 
Forest Town West
 
Burglary: 
 
A property on Second Avenue, was entered and belongings inside were damaged. This happened on Friday the 29th March.
 
Theft From Motor Vehicle:
 
All the windows were smashed on a vehicle parked on a driveway Clipstone Road. Happened early hours of the Friday the 14 th February.
 
 Grange Farm
 
Theft of motor vehicle
Ford Fiesta car has been stolen from Brick Kiln Lane, happened between the hours of 23.30 hours on Thursday the 13th February and 05.30 hours on the 14th February.
 
 
Ladybrook
 
Burglary Dwelling:
 
On Monday the 17th February a flat on Layton Avenue has been broken into. No damage caused to gain entry. Items searched and cigarettes and lighter stolen. Not sure of the time when this occurred.
 
Burglary  Other Than Dwelling;
 
A coffee shop has been broken into on Ladybrook Place items stolen. This was reported to the police on Thursday the 13th February.
 
Leeming Lane:
 
Burglary Dwelling:
 
On Friday the 14th of February a property was broken into on Ludbrough Walk caller reported the incident when they returned home at 11.29 hours.
 
Lindhurst:
 
Burglary  Other Than Dwelling;
 
An attempt break at a commercial building on Southwell Road West occurred between the hours of 21.00 hours and 22.35 hours on Sunday the 16th February, some damage caused.
 
Theft Other:
A purse and key was left in a public house, on Oak Tree Lane on the evening of Saturday the 15th February and the items were stolen.
 
 
 
Pleasley Hill:
 
Burglary Dwelling:
 
Between the hours of 17.00 hours on the Thursday and 15.00 hours on Friday the 14th February a property was broken into on Meden Bank, Pleasley. Entry was gained through the window. Items were stolen from within the address
 
 
Portland


Burglary Other than Dwelling:
 
Attempt break on a shed on Victoria Street, occurred between Thursday the 13 th February and Monday the 17th February. Damage caused to the lock
 
Theft from Motor Vehicle:
 
On 13th February at a supermarket on Nottingham Road a catalyst convertor was stolen from a car parked in the car park.  This happened at approximately 13.20 hours.
 
Vehicle was broken in to whilst parked on Regal Drive. Happened on Sunday night the 16th February
 
Theft Other:
 
 A wallet containing cash and cards stolen were from a commercial building whilst in a secured locker on Portland Street this happened at approximately 18.45 hours on Friday the 14th February.
 
 
Priory:
 
Burglary Dwelling:
 
At 03.13 hours on the Monday the 17th February a property at Castle mews was broken into. The bottom  door panel  was damaged to gain entry.
 
 
Theft Other:
 
Electric cable stolen from a commercial site on Old Mill Lane reported to the police on Saturday the 15th February
 
 A bag stolen from a supermarket on the  High Street. The bag was placed on the floor and it was taken at approximately 13.10 hours on Sunday the 16th of February
 
Ravensdale:
 
Burglary Dwelling:
 
On Wednesday the 12th February between 1830hours and 2205 hours, a property on Hickling Court has been broken into. A rear window has been smashed completely and offenders have gained that way. Items stolen include a metal briefcase containing personal financial paperwork and a coin collection.
 
 
 
 A property was broken into on Gladstone Street Mansfield, and was left “trashed” This happened on Wednesday the 12 th February happened during the day.
 
Burglary  Other Than Dwelling;
 
Between 22.00 hours on the 16th February and 14.00 hours on Monday the 17th February two garden sheds on Ravensdale Road was broken into and fishing tackle and tools have been stolen. Both sheds were on the same garden.
 
 
 
 
Robin Hood:
 
Theft of Motor Vehicle:
 
 A car was stolen from Mayhall Avenue. It was taken overnight of the 11 th February.
 
                     
 
 
Town Centre:
 
Burglary  Other Than Dwelling;
 
An off licence on Church Street has been broken into. Occurred Friday the 14th February at 01.07 hours
 
 
Theft Other:
 
 A wallet containing money was stolen whilst caller was sleeping in the loading bays in the town centre during the hours of midnight and 06.00 hours on Friday the  14th February   .
 
A bag was left in a public house on Leeming Street, in the town centre on Monday the 17th February upon returning to collect the bag the contents had been stolen.
 
 
 
Warsop Birklands and Church Warsop:
 
Burglary Dwelling:
 
Property on Dronley Drive was broken into; between Monday the 10th February and on Friday the 14th February. Rear window was forced and the inside was ransacked and property stolen.
 
Theft from motor vehicle:
 
Number plates were stolen from a vehicle parked on Manby Court. This was reported to the police on Saturday the 15th February.
 
Number plates stolen from a vehicle on Robin Hood Avenue. Caller unsure when/where it occurred but reported to the police on Sunday the 16th February.
 
 
 
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

 

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Message sent by
Amanda Parkes (Police, NHWN, PCSO 8169, Ravensdale (Mansfield South)

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