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Crime Report from 18th February 20 to 25th February 20

Alert message sent 25/02/2020 15:26:00

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 18th February 2020- 12:00 Noon 25th February 2020.

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.
Theft of Motor Vehicle
In the early hours of the 21st February a Vauxhall Corsa was stolen from an address on Harrop White Road Mansfield. The owner left the car running to warm up and when they returned the car was gone.
Burglary Dwelling
An attempt break in happened between the hours of 2030 on the 22ND February and 0240 hours on the 23rd February at a house on Bentick Street Mansfield. No offenders were on the scene and investigations are still on going.
Theft Other
Sometime around  the 19/20th February, lead was stolen from a detached garage on Summerdown in Forest Town. No witnesses at this time.
Theft of Motor Vehicle
A motorbike was stolen from Sulby Close Forest Town between 2000 hours on the 21st February and 0615 hours on the 23rd February. No further information to hand at this time.
Theft from Motor Vehicle
Around 1800 hours on the 18/02/2020 a catylic convertor was stolen from a Honda Civic whilst parked in the area of Sherwood Avenue Mansfield.
Theft from Motor Vehicle
Around 0430 hours on the 24th February another catylic convertor was stolen from a Lexus parked on Sawley Drive in Mansfield.
Theft of Motor Vehicle
A Silver Mercedes sprinter has been stolen from Bishop Street Mansfield. This was reported to the Police on the 19/02/2020 and went missing between 0200-0300 hours on the same morning.
Theft from Motor Vehicle
Another catylic convertor has been stolen from a vehicle parked on Stockwell Gate between 1800-2300 hours on the 21/02/2020. We also had the same report to a Lexus vehicle that was parked on Victoria Street Mansfield on the 22/02/2020.
Burglary Other Than Dwelling
A garage has been broken into sometime in the last week on Cromford Avenue Mansfield. Power tools, kids scooters, bikes and 1 children’s electric car has been stolen. A padlock was smashed off the garage lock. No further details at this time.
Theft from Motor Vehicle
In the early hours on the 19/02/2020 a vehicle was attempted to be broken into whilst parked on Edgehill Grove Mansfield Woodhouse. The offender got away empty handed.
Burglary Other Than Dwelling
Between 0800-0815 hours on the 21/02/2020 a tool shed has been broken into on the Green off Welbeck Road Mansfield Woodhouse. The padlock had been sheared off and to date an electric generator and a leaf blower has been reported missing.
Between 1730 hours and 2115 hours on the 21st February a wooden shed in the front garden on Newcastle Street Mansfield Woodhouse has been broken into. Again the padlock has been broken and 2 mountain bikes (one white and purple and the other black and green) were stolen.
A gas bottle from a caravan parked on Hunters Chase Mansfield Woodhouse was stolen between 1000-1145 hours on the 23/02/2020. No further details.
Theft from Motor Vehicle
Between 1915 hours on the 23/02/2020 and 0830 hours on the 24/02/2020 a back drivers side door window was smashed whilst parked on Welbeck Road Mansfield Woodhouse. Paperwork, drinks and bank cards were stolen at the time.
Burglary Dwelling
A white KSR125 motorbike was stolen from aback garden on Sanders Avenue Mansfield. The incident occurred between 1630-1915 hours on the 20/02/2020.

Burglary Other than Dwelling
Samworth school have reported that one of their outbuildings has been vandalised over the weekend. Four windows in a wooden cabin have been smashed and Police are looking for any witnesses.
Two sheds have been broken into on Ravensdale Road between the hours of 1700 on 22/02/2020 and 1120 hours on the 23/02/2020. No items have been reported stolen.
Theft of Motor Vehicle
An Orange Pulsar motorbike has been stolen from a back garden on Hibbert Road between the hours of 1500-1945 hours on the 19th February.
Burglary Other than Dwelling
Around 2000 hours on the 21/02/2020 a youth with fair hair, aged 17-18 years old wearing a black jacket attempted to break into a shed on Oak Tree Crescent Mansfield Woodhouse. The male ran off empty handed when the owner came out. Although the male was alone it is believed he was part of a large group as they could be heard in the distance.
Theft Other
A Silver/Red CX26 Bike has been stolen from Lawrence Avenue Mansfield Woodhouse on the 21/02/2020. Three males dressed all in black, one carrying a pair of bolt croppers were seen with the bike. Investigations are still on going.
Can I just ask people to be aware of their valuables whilst out and about in Mansfield Town Centre. We have had a number of purse/wallet and Phone thefts in the last week. Keep valuables zipped inside your bag and keep your bag to the front of you at all times. If you carry a mobile phone refrain from placing this in your back pockets where it can easily be taken. Lets not make the offenders job easy, keep valuables SAFE.
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



Message ends.

Inspector Nick Butler

Mansfield District Commander

Message sent by
Yvonne Pickersgill (Police, PCSO, Mansfield)

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