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Strelley Village Anti Social Behaviour Alert

Alert message sent 09/05/2017 10:03:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good morning,
 
Nuthall East –
 
Anti Social Behaviour – 2
 
Millennium Way West 06/05/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 1515 hours that a female in reception was being disruptive to other customers and making customers and staff feel uneasy. The female stayed at the hotel overnight and when checking out she became confused and emotional. Officers attended to the site after twenty eight minutes and then conveyed the female back to her home address.
 
Nottingham Road 08/05/2017 –
 
Caller reported at 2050 hours that over the past few nights a group of five youths aged between fourteen and sixteen years came down the road knocking over bins. The group were on black bikes and wore hooded tops. The caller’s partner followed them towards Hempshill Vale but lost them as they knew they were being followed. The bins were put out and the rubbish was spilt out. 
 
Strelley Village –
 
Anti Social Behaviour – 2
 
Main Street 05/05/2017 –
 
Fire reported at 1945 hours that they had attended a grass fire, approximately 25 square metres at the entrance to Strelley Hall. The fire had been extinguished and it was believed to have been deliberate ignition.
 
Main Street 05/05/2017 –
 
Caller reported that at around 1910 hours a group of six to seven teenage males were seen setting fire to the woods at Old Moor woods and Bluebell woods. The caller stated the group regularly loiters in the area on cycles and they are intimidating. A stable owner ran out to put the fire out and the group fled. No descriptions were gained but they were all on mountain bikes. The caller stated the group are often seen to loiter around from 1800 hours around Main Street.
 
Thank you,
 
PCSO 8053 Reddish
07525 989 437
 
 
Message sent by
Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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