Nuthall East –
Criminal Damage – 1
High Wood Cemetery 20/11/2017 –
Caller reported that at around the end of August beginning of September a relatives bench was damaged with the Mickey Mouse ear being snapped off.
Theft From Motor Vehicle – 4
A610 Nuthall Roundabout 20/11/2017 –
Caller reported that at around 0655 hours a white male ran off from their black taxi. The male refused to pay for his taxi and he also stole the meter and some money from it. The male ran off as the taxi was parked on the roundabout on red traffic lights. The male ran off towards the direction of the Nuthall Public House along Nottingham Road.
Springfield Drive 21/11/2017 –
Caller reported that their blue unbranded holdall was removed and stolen from their silver car. This took place at around 0330 hours on the 20/11/2017. The caller had packed their bag and put it in the boot of the car and they found that the boot wasn’t shut properly and subsequently found that their bag had been stolen. There were no signs of a forced entry being made.
Whetstone Close 22/11/2017 –
Caller reported at 0310 hours that a male was trying car doors all the way down the street and this was on Gunnersbury Way. The male headed down Whetstone Close and he was around 6ft tall wearing a grey hooded top with fur around the hood. The caller stated the male wore dark trousers and was broad and he was wearing a parker coat with fur around the hood. An attempt theft from a brown car was reported. On inspection nothing of value had been taken but the car was left insecure and a search of the car had been conducted by an unknown suspect.
Nottingham Road 22/11/2017 –
Caller reported that their black pick up was broken into sometime between 1330 and 1615 hours. The caller reported that damage had been caused to the lock but no access was gained and nothing was removed and stolen. The vehicle was left parked secure in the care home car park.
PCSO 8053 Reddish
07525 989 437