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Neighbourhood alert 31st Dec to 7th Jan

Alert message sent 07/01/2020 12:02:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police


MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT –14 DAYS Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler.

 Crimes reported over the past 14 days, 12:00 31st December 2019- 12:00 Noon 7th January 2020.

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.

Lyndhurst
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 31st December. Front and back number plates taken from vehicle parked on Rainworth Bypass. Incident occurred between 12.45 and 13.30. No further details known.
 
Theft from motor vehicle:  Incident reported on the 31st December. Between 4pm and 9pm both passenger side wheels have been stolen off VW Golf parked on Tuxford Court. No further details known.
 
Eakring
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 31st December. Trade plate was taken from inside vehicle parked on Big Barn Lane. No further details known.
 
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 6th January. Unkown offedners have tried to gain entry into a van on Big Barn Lane. No description of the male known. No further details known.
 
Oak Tree
Burglary dwelling: Incident reported on the 1st January. Unknown person has entered property on Eakring Road and taken car keys. This occurred sometime around 04.45 in the morning. No further details known.
 
Warsop
Theft other: Incident reported on the 1st January. Theft of three small illuminated Christmas trees from front garden on Oakfield Lane. No further details known.
 
Theft of motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 6th January. Quad bike taken from pickup truck on Church Street. No further details known.
 
Theft other: Incident reported on the 3rd January. Christmas decorations taken from front garden on Manvers Street. No further details known.
 
Ladybrook
Theft other: Incident reported on the 2nd January. Around 4.15am an unknown person has jumped over callers fence on Marriott Avenue breaking into shed and taking mountain bike. No further details known.
 
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 2nd January. Vehicle broken into on Beazley Avenue. This occurred between 3pm on the 1st January and 7.40am on the 2nd January. No further details known.
 
Theft from motor vehicle:
Incident reported on the 2nd January. Vehicle broken into on Botany Avenue. Bag was taken containing a laptop, tablet and work documentation. No sign of forced entry. No further details known.
 
Theft other: Incident reported on the 4th January. Caller placed her engagement ring in a cup in the kitchen and at around 1230 she noticed the ring was gone. No further details known.
 
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 6th January. Vehicle broken into on Beazley Avenue. Items taken. Description of offender female wearing a pink jacket, white female, slim build, slim build male wearing a big long parker jacket. No further details known.
 
Town Centre
Theft other:  Incident reported on the 2nd January. At around 11.30am wallet was stolen whilst shopping at Marks and Spencers. No further details known.
 
 
Broomhill
Burglary dwelling: Incident reported on the 2nd January. Unknown person has gained entry to property on Westfield Lane through an open door. This occurred around 7.20am on the 1st January. No further details known.
 
Burglary dwelling: Incident reported on the 3rd January. Property entered on Westfield Lane and purse and gin taken from inside property. No further details known.
 
Sherwood
Theft other: Incident reported on the 2nd January. Pushbike stolen from outside a shop on Westgate around 4.35pm. No further details known.
 
Cumberlands
Theft other: Incident reported on the 2nd January. Theft from vehicle on Somersall Street. Incident occurred between 7pm on the 31st December and 1030am on the 2nd January. Vehicle was left unlocked. No further details known.
 
Theft other: Incident reported on the 2nd January. Pushbike- Grey mountain bike. This was taken from outside a property on Jenkins Avenue. No further details known.
 
Theft other: Incident reported on the 4th January. Bike was taken from outside property on Lake avenue. No further details known.
 
Priory
Theft of motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 2nd January. Vehicle stolen from Grove Street. No further details known.
 
Church warsop
Burglary other than dwelling: Incident reported on the 3rd January. Garage on Hamilton Drive has been broken into. Nothing taken. No further details known.
 
 
Ravensdale
Theft of motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 3rd January. Motorbike taken from outside property on Gladstone Street. Caller still has the keys. No further details known.
 
Grange farm
Theft other: incident reported on the 4th January. Pushbike taken from outside front garden on Hermitage Lane. Bike chain has been hacksawed. No further details known.
 
Forest Town
Theft other: Incident report on the 6th January. A male on Sadycliffe Close was seen to be going down the street trying vehicle car door. No further desc. No further details known.
 
Berry Hill
Theft from motor vehicle: Incident reported on the 6th January. Vehicle was parked on Derby Road and catalytic converter was taken from vehicle. No further details known.
 
 
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

 

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Rachel Coetzee (Police, PCSO, Mansfield)

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