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Nuthall West Auto Crime Alert

Alert message sent 30/05/2018 09:49:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good morning,


Nuthall West –


Criminal Damage – 1


Poplar Crescent 28/05/2018 –


Caller reported that sometime between 2030 hours on the 27/05/2018 and 2050 hours the bonnet had been forced open on their white car using a tool of some description. This had bent the bonnet catch and caused small scratches on the car make badge at the front of the vehicle. The rubber cover on the battery had also been removed. This was near to the junction with Oak Drive.


Theft From Motor Vehicle – 1


Kimberley Road 29/05/2018 –


Caller reported that at around 1245 hours they had seen two youths who had entered their silver vehicle via the boot door. The door was open as they needed access for their tools. The caller heard a door shut and saw a tall individual with a white hooded top, white trousers and a red top underneath near their vehicle. The other was a smaller male in black and they both ran off towards Kimberley Road. The males had taken a bunch of keys (workshops, conservatory keys, sheds, garages) and a little key with a love heart on it which belongs to a garage. The two offenders ran off as they had to get through private gates when the caller shouted towards them. The location is down a lane opposite the church grounds.


Thank you,


PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437

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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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