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Nuthall and Strelley Village Crime Update

Alert message sent 06/09/2018 21:23:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police


Good evening,

 

Nuthall East - 

 

Theft From Motor Vehicle - 2

 

Nottingham Road 01/09/2018 –

 

Caller reported that the rear driver side window had been smashed on their orange pick up vehicle sometime between 0030 and 0730 hours. A laptop bag that contained a mac book pro, ipad and various books was removed and stolen. The vehicle was left parked secure overnight in the public house car park near to the play centre.

 

Millennium Way West 05/09/2018 -

 

Caller reported that their white panel van had been broken into sometime between 1900 hours on the 04/09/2018 and 0500 hours. The offenders had smashed the passenger side window to gain entry. Items removed and stolen included a black iPhone 5s, a Toshiba white laptop in a black case and a red digital thermometer with the initials RS on it. The stolen items were left on display in the passenger foot well. The van was left parked secure overnight in the hotel car park.

 

Strelley Village –

 

Burglary Dwelling – 1

 

Main Street 02/09/2018 –

 

Unknown offenders had broken a ground floor rear window to gain access to the public house. Once inside the offenders searched the bar area and it was unknown if anything had been taken. A neighbour reported that the alarm went off at 0300 hours.

 

Theft Other - 1

 

Main Street 04/09/2018 -

 

Caller reported the theft of their four man tent. This happened sometime between 0030 and 0055 hours and the tent was pitched in a wooden area off a trail behind the Broad Oak Public House. The caller and their partner pitched the tent up at 1730 hours. The tent was mainly in turquoise but had silver markings on it. There was also a dark purple double air bed inside and the tent had a grey ground sheet. There was also a metal torch, pans and plates inside the tent.

 

Thank you,

 

PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437  

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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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