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Nuthall Crime Update

Alert message sent 10/12/2017 10:26:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good morning,


Nuthall East –


Anti Social Behaviour – 1


Nottingham Road 03/12/2017 –


Caller reported at 1640 hours that three lads were on motorbikes and two of them had no lights or registration plates. The motorbikes were all being ridden dangerously and braking in front of the caller’s car on purpose. The motorbikes headed off towards Bulwell. One of the males was in a blue jacket and helmet. The motorbikes were seen on the Nuthall roundabout after riding around the caller’s car.


Burglary Dwelling – 1


Springfield Drive 05/12/2017 –


Caller reported at 0215 hours that someone had taken their car key. The caller’s dogs barked and so the caller went downstairs and found the rear door open. Unknown offender entered the property via a rear insecure door and they stole a car key from a work surface in kitchen. Exit was made via the same way and the dark blue car was still in situ on the driveway.


Burglary Other – 1


Assarts Road 07/12/2017 –


Caller reported a burglary to their garden shed and the offenders used a screwdriver to break open the lock. Four push bikes were removed and stolen. This happened sometime between 2300 hours on the 06/12/2017 and 0740 hours.


Theft Other – 1


High Wood Cemetery 06/12/2017 –


Caller reported that sometime between 1100 and 1535 hours two heavy hanging wind chimes containing two glass balls were removed and stolen from next to their relative’s burial area.


Suspicious Incident – 1


Greenford Close 02/12/2017 –


Caller reported at 0945 hours that two black males were walking down the middle of street shouting and one had a black metal bar in his hand. The males were seen wearing shorts, t-shirts and they were aged in their late twenties. Two officers attended to the area after eight minutes and conducted a negative area search for the two males. 


Nuthall West –


Burglary Other – 1


Atkinson Gardens 02/12/2017 –


Caller reported that at some point between the 27/11/2017 and 0930 hours their garage had been entered. Four pushbikes had been removed and stolen along with an old television. Bike 1, teenagers decathlon mountain bike called b twin 340 grey and blue. Bike 2, adult mountain bike track brand, yellow/black/red frame, 5 years old. Bike 3, ladies blue/pink mountain bike, 1 year old. Bike 4, teenager’s mountain bike, 2 years old, b twin. The television was a 32" slim screen black 6 years old. The caller stated that it looked as if an implement had been used on the lock of the garage but the door had not been damaged. Bike 1 and bike 3 both had bike locks on them.


Theft From Motor Vehicle – 2


Ash Crescent 01/12/2017 –


Caller reported that sometime between the early hours of the 30/11/2017 and the afternoon two cars parked on the drive had been entered. The caller believed that the cars must have been left unlocked as there was no damage to the red and white cars. Nothing had been stolen from the white car but items had been thrown all over. Two bottles of alcohol had been removed and stolen from the boot of the red car.


Philip Avenue 05/12/2017 –


Caller reported a break into their white panel van. The offenders forced the lock to the rear doors. A steel backpack blower br600 and full petrol can were removed and stolen. The van was left pared secure on the drive way. The caller stated that this happened sometime between 2000 hours on the 04/12/2017 and 0700 hours.


Thank you,


PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437  

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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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