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Crime report for 25th Feb to 03rd March 2020

Alert message sent 03/03/2020 13:12:00

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 Noon 25th February 2020- 12:00 Noon 03rd March 2020.

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.
 
BERRY HILL
 
THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE
 
A works van parked on Stella Street Mansfield was attacked on the 27/02/2020 at approximately 0615 hours. It appears 2 males tried to smash a window with a torch to gain entry. Description of the males is: Aged in their 20’s, thin build, approximately 5ft 8” tall wearing a grey hoody. No entry was made.
 
CUMBERLAND
 
THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE
 
A catalytic convertor was stolen from a Honda CRV parked on Birks Road Mansfield sometime between 1900 hours on the 21/02/2020 and 1000 hours on the 22/02/2020.
 
EAKRING
 
BURGLARY DWELLING
 
An attempt burglary was made at a property on Maltby Road sometime between 2300 hours on the 01/03/2020 and 0700 hours on the 02/03/2020. Someone had broken a window on the back door but no entry gained.
 
FOREST TOWN EAST
 
THEFT OF MOTOR VEHICLE
 
Offenders have broken a padlock to a driveway on Third Avenue Forest Town and stole a moped without any keys. This happened between 2230 hours on 28/02/2020 and 0730 hours on the 29/02/2020. The bike was later found.
 
FOREST TOWN WEST
 
BURGLARY DWELLING
Reports that two males have attempted to break into a property on Quines Hill Road Forest Town on the 27/02/2020 at approximately 2015 hours. Description of the males are: Both white, aged 14-15 years dressed all in black, medium build and one male was carrying a pair of bolt croppers.
 
THEFT OTHER
 
At approximately 2030 hours on the 28/02/2020 a pushbike was attempted to be stolen from an address on Quines Hill Road Forest Town. The bike was chained up but there was evidence that a chain had tried to be cut.
 
Two bicycles at an address on Maple Close Forest Town were stolen early hours on the 28/02/020. Two males were involved. The bikes are described as:
1 x males bike in grey/silver
1x females bike in red/silver
 
GRANGE FARM
 
THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE
 
A white Renault van parked at the industrial site off of Hermitage Lane had its catalytic convertor stolen between 2300 hours on the 27/02/2020 and 0500 hours on the 28/02/2020.
 
BURGLARY OTHER THAN DWELLING
 
Overnight of the 28/29th Feb a shed was broken into on Randol Close Mansfield. Small, non valuable items including fishing weights were stolen.
 
LADYBROOK
 
THEFT OTHER
 
A Chrome Trek adults mountain bike was stolen from a garden on Chaucer Street Mansfield on the 29/02/2020. A mixed race male in his 20’s medium build approximately 5ft 7” tall wearing a red hoody and another mied race male with stubble in his 20’s with lose curly hair in dark clothing are described as being involved.
 
PRIORY
 
ROBBERY
 
On the morning of the 26/02/2020 a females bag was attempted to be snatched from her whilst on Butt Lane Mansfield Woodhouse. The offenders left empty handed in a small grey car. Enquiries are still on going.
 
THEFT OTHER
 
Severn Trent based on Old Mill Lane Mansfield Woodhouse had cable stolen between the hours of 2200 on the 28/02/2020 and 1400 hours on the 29/02/2020.
 
RAVENSDALE
 
BURGLARY DWELLING
 
A property on Ravensdale Road was attempted to be broken into on the 25/02/2020. The occupants disturbed a group of young lads who ran off when confronted.
 
BURGLARY OTHER THAN DWELLING
 
Sheds on the allotments on sandy lane have been broken into sometime between 1630 hours on the 22/02/2020 and 2050 hours on the 24/02/2020. A petrol mower, a wheelbarrow and a hosepipe are reported to be stolen. Investigations are still on going.
 
Between 1430 hours and 1700 hours on the 29/02/2020 a shed was broken into an address on Ravensdale Road Mansfield. No evidence of anything stolen at this time.
 
THEFT OF MOTOR VEHICLE
 
A white/blue scooter has been stolen from outside a property on Alcock Avenue Mansfield between 0100 hours and 0600 hours on the 01/03/2020. The scooter had a lock on its wheel. No other information at this time.
 
ROBIN HOOD/SHERWOOD
 
THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE
 
A white caddy van parked on Guildford Avenue Mansfield woodhouse was attempted to be broken into between 29/02/2020 and 01/03/2020. Cutters have been used on the side door of the van. No items have been reported as stolen.
 
WARSOP/ BIRKLANDS/CHURCH WARSOP
 
THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE
 
A van parked on North Street Warsop Vale was broken into overnight of the 25/02/2020. A Makita router, Makita Plainer and a SDS drill were stolen. It appears the locks on the rear doors were picked to gain entry.
 
A Ford transit van parked on Fenwick Street Warsop was broken into overnight on the 25/02/2020. The offenders have used a crow bar to open the vehicle. Two drills have been stolen, 1 Hilty and 1 Hilty cordless screwdriver.
 
Diesel has been stolen from a White Ford Transit van between 1815 hours on the 27/02/2020 and 0500 hours on the 28/02/2020 parked on Cranberry Park Meden Vale. A hole was drilled into the fuel tank.
 
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


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

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