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Crime report for Ashfield South week to 24 January 2019

Alert message sent 25/01/2019 14:39:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch in Nottinghamshire

 Crimes reported for Hucknall and the Rural Villages over the past seven days.
Burglary Dwelling
At around 6.35pm on Thursday 17 January in Copeland Road, Hucknall car keys were stolen from inside the front door of a house and a Mini Cooper car was stolen.
Between 11.40am and 12.40pm on Wednesday 23 January in School Hill, Annesley a house was entered by forcing patio doors. Not known if anything was stolen.
Burglary Other
At around 9.20pm on Sunday 20 January in Beardall Street, Hucknall a building site container was broken into and a laser level, tripod and staff and a Stihl saw were stolen.
At 12.35am on Wednesday 23 January in Watnall Road, Hucknall an offender was disturbed attempting to break into a garage.
Theft of motor vehicle
Between 2pm Sunday 20 and 11am Monday 21 January in Bentinck Street, Hucknall a Vauxhall Astra was stolen from the roadside.
Theft from motor vehicle
Between 3.15am and 3.50am on Monday 21 January in Millbank Place, Bestwood Village a silver Toyota Auris parked in a private garage area was broken into. Not known if anything was stolen.
At 5.20am on Sunday 20 January in Lime Tree Road, Hucknall an attempt was made to break into a white van.
At 12.15pm on Thursday 17 January at Tesco car park, Ashgate Road, Hucknall a Mazda 6 was broken into, not known if anything was broken into.
At 9.10pm on Tuesday 22 January in Brickyard Drive, Hucknall an insecure car was entered and a SatNav, MP3 player, charger and cash were stolen.
Between 5.30pm on Monday 12 and 6.20am Tuesday 22 January in Fox Street, Annesley Woodhouse a blue Ford Transit was entered and some Milwaukee tools were stolen :- SDS drill, impact driver, 4x grinders, 2x batteries and 2x chargers.    
Overnight of the 16-17 January in Alfreton Road, Selston a table and chair were stolen from a front garden.
Criminal Damage
Between 3pm on Wednesday 16 and 3pm Friday 18 January in Nottingham Road, Hucknall the hinges on a rear gate were cut through.
At around 8.20pm on Sunday 20 January in Salterford Road, Hucknall the front windows of a house were smashed and a car parked on a driveway had windows smashed. Two males in a white van were seen.
Between 15 and 17 January in Lea Lane, Selston fencing round a field was cut in several places.
Between 9pm on Saturday 19 and 8.30am Sunday 20 January in Ogle Street, Hucknall windscreen wipers were snapped on a VW Scirocco.    
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 who the person(s) responsible are? Have you noticed any suspicious activity prior to any incident? 
Or do you have any CCTV footage that may be of help? 
If so, please contact the Ashfield District Neighbourhood Policing Team by e-mail or you can contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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This message is sent on behalf of Insp. Craig Hall
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Peter Voysey (NHWN, Local Communications Administrator, Ashfield South)

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