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Mansfield and District Crime Report

Alert message sent 20/02/2018 13:05:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT – 5 DAYS TO TUESDAY 20th February 2018. (Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler).


Crimes reported over the past 5 days, 12:00 15th February – 12:00 20th February 2018.




Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.


Berry Hill


Burglary other than dwelling:

Over the weekend an orange and green stihl saw and cutting blade were stolen from an office which had been left unlocked on premises on Black Scotch Lane. 


Theft of a motor vehicle:

A silver Ford Fiesta was stolen from outside a house on Rutland Street overnight on Sunday.




Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

Overnight on Thursday 15th the wing mirror of a car parked on Westfield Lane was deliberately broken off.




Theft from a motor vehicle:

On the evening of Thursday 15th a Ford Transit van parked on Hall Street was entered by unknown means. A number of tools were taken from the van. Later that evening another Ford Transit van, parked on Melrose Street, was also entered and tools stolen, again no signs of forced entry.


Forest Town West


Burglary other than dwelling:

A car sales company on Southwell Road West was broken into in the early hours of Friday morning, activating the alarm. Petty cash was taken. CCTV showed several offenders, arriving in a black Ford Focus car.


Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

Overnight on Saturday the rear windscreen of a car parked on Old Mill Lane was smashed.




Burglary other than dwelling:

Two sheds on the Sherwood Oaks business park were broken into overnight on Sunday. Nothing was taken from the sheds but a battery was stolen from a lorry parked at the site.


Theft from a motor vehicle:

A resident of Southwell Road West returned from holiday to find that his Ford Transit van, parked on the driveway, had been entered after offenders smashed a window in the vehicle.  A reversing camera screen and a radio handset were stolen.


The number plate of a car parked on Barton Court was stolen overnight on Saturday.


On Sunday evening the windows of a car parked on Bramcote Court were smashed and tools were taken from the vehicle.


The fuel pipe of a car parked on Willoughby Court was cut overnight on Sunday, the fuel was then drained from the vehicle.


Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

On Friday evening a group of juveniles threw a missile from a bridge over the A617 at Rainworth, smashing the windscreen of a car travelling along that road.


Oak Tree


Burglary other than dwelling:

In the early hours of Sunday morning the shed of a house on Big Barn Lane was broken into after offenders unscrewed the door hinges. A large number of tools were taken from the shed, the offenders left over the garden fence.


Theft of a motor vehicle:

A grey Suzuki motorcycle was stolen on Fritchley Court on Saturday evening.


Criminal damage to a motor vehicle:

In the early hours of Tuesday morning the windscreen of a car parked on Teal Avenue was smashed with a brick.




Theft from a motor vehicle:

On Sunday evening four wheel trims were stolen from a vehicle parked on the Oakham Business Park, CCTV captured images of the incident.




Theft from a motor vehicle:

At some time over the weekend the window of a car parked on Bilborough Road was smashed and a small amount of cash stolen from the vehicle.


Robin Hood


Burglary dwelling:

On an exact time and date not known an attempt was made to force open the door of a house on Manor Road. There are screwdriver marks at the top and bottom of the rear door but entry was not gained.


Other News/Appeals:


Trading Standards received a report this week regarding two males going door to door offering gardening services in the Eakring area of Mansfield. A resident who was approached stated that when he mentioned Trading Standards and the Police, the males moved on quickly and behaved in a manner which the home owner found suspicious. The men were in an open back white truck, no signage.


Message ends.

Inspector Nick Butler

Mansfield District Commander



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Jill Fearick (Police, NHWN, Staff 7338, Mansfield Woodhouse (Mansfield North)

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