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Crime Report for Ashfield South week to 7 March 2019

Alert message sent 08/03/2019 16:30:00

Information sent on behalf of Neighbourhood Watch in Nottinghamshire


Crimes reported for Hucknall and the Rural Villages over the past seven days.

 Burglary Dwelling
Sometime during the two weeks prior to the 2 March in Charles Street, Hucknall a house was broken into via the back door. Not known if anything was stolen.
 
Between 6pm on Tuesday 26 and 3.40pm Thursday 28 February in Cherry Avenue, Hucknall a house was entered by forcing a window and a TV was stolen.
 
Between 9.30am and 10.50am on Thursday 28 February in Farleys Lane, Hucknall a house was entered via a patio door and some alcohol was stolen.
 
Burglary Other
Between 9.30pm on Friday 1 and 7am Saturday 2 March in Rise Hill. Annesley Woodhouse a shed was broken into but nothing was stolen.
 
Between 9.20pm on Tuesday 5 and 5.30am Wednesday 6 March at the Co-op Nottingham Road, Selston there was an attempt to break in. No entry gained.
 
Soon after midnight on Thursday 28 February a commercial property in Willow Drive, Sherwood Industrial Estate, Annesley was entered but the offender was disturbed and made off.
 
Between 8pm on Thursday 28 February and 11.15am Friday 1 March in Station Road, Selston a shed was broken into and a white Taiwan Golden Bee Quad Bike was stolen
 
Theft of motor vehicle
 At around 10am on Wednesday 6 March in Coronation Road, Hucknall a silver Vauxhall Zafera was stolen from the roadside, it was later recovered.
 
Theft from motor vehicle
None reported during this period.
 
Theft
At 11.30 on Friday 1 March in High Street, Hucknall a man was withdrawing money from a cash point when another man reached over him and snatched the money and a wallet he then ran off along High Street.
Please always be very careful when at a cash point and try to be aware of anyone coming close to you.
 
At around 10am on Tuesday 5 March in Orchard Street, Hucknall a handbag was snatched from a lady by a tall male wearing a checked jacket and red hood.
 
At 1.47pm on Tuesday 5 March in Brook Street, Hucknall a handbag was snatched from a lady by a white male wearing jeans and a red and blue checked jacket, he was accompanied by a white male in late 20’s wearing grey tracksuit bottoms.
 
At 8.15am on 19 February in Rawson Street, Selston four car seats and a power reel were stolen from a garden.
 
Between 8am and 2pm on Friday 1 March in the main hall of the John Godber Centre, Ogle Street, Hucknall a handbag was stolen from a shopping trolley.
 
Overnight of the 27 and 28 February in Rockwood Crescent, Hucknall a mobility scooter and a washing machine were stolen from a garden.
 
 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 who the person(s) responsible are? Have you noticed any suspicious activity prior to any incident? 
Or do you have any CCTV footage that may be of help? 
If so, please contact the Ashfield District Neighbourhood Policing Team by e-mail atAshfieldNPT@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk or you can contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
 
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This message is sent on behalf of Insp. Craig Hal
 
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Peter Voysey (NHWN, Local Communications Administrator, Ashfield South)

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