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February Crime 2020

Alert message sent 02/03/2020 15:30:00

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Crime update for Wollaton East and Wollaton West Beat between 01/02/2020 and 29/02/2020           
 
BURGLARY –  11
 
Parkside Gardens – Damage caused to the side door.
Deepdale Road – Damage caused to the lock no entry gained.
Derbyshire Crescent – No entry gained.
Russell Avenue – Garage broken into via forcing lock.
Deepdale Road – Damage caused to lock no entry gained.
Wollaton Vale – Patio door smashed.
Larchdene Avenue – Patio door smashed.
3 x Grangewood Road – One attempt, second attempt break, third insecure door.
Airedale Walk – Smashed front door.
 
BURGLARY OTHER THAN DWELLING – 1
 
Bramcote Lane – Shed broken into lock forced.
 
 
CRIMINAL DAMAGE –  6
 
Bramcote Lane – Vehicle window smashed.
Seaford Avenue – Window smashed on vehicle and to the property.
Tomblower Close Allotments – Fire to one of the sheds.
Russell Drive – window smashed to property.
Charlbury Road – Damage caused to the fence.
Lambourne Drive –Window smashed on a vehicle.
 
THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE –  5
 
Seaford Avenue – Unknown Means.
Harrow Road – Unknown Means.
Parkside – Catalytic Converter stolen.
Seaford Avenue – unknown means.
Wollaton Vale – Theft of Catalytic converter.
 
 
THEFT OF MOTOR VEHICLE – 1
 
Charlecote Drive – Vehicle stolen keys left within the vehicle.
 
Regards
 
PCSO 7818 Down
 
Message sent by
Louise Down (Police, PCSO 7818, Wollaton (Broxtowe & Wollaton)

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