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Nuthall Crime Update

Alert message sent 12/01/2018 08:58:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good morning,


Nuthall East –


Burglary Dwelling – 1


Gunnersbury Way 07/01/2018 –


Unknown suspect forced entry through a rear kitchen window using a crow bar type implement and had stolen a TV and jewellery. Exit was via opening the front lounge window. The Victims cushion covers were used to carry away the TV remote which was left on the front garden by the suspect. The victim was out at the time of offence. This incident happened sometime between 1730 hours on the 06/01/2018 and 1115 hours.


Burglary Other – 1


Nottingham Road 08/01/2018 –


Caller reported an attempted break in to their shed, half a door panel was broken and the padlock had been unscrewed, and a black and yellow cross head screwdriver had been left behind. The caller believed maybe the suspects were disturbed. The caller last noticed the shed intact over a week ago and had just come across the damage at 1430 hours. The caller stated that on the 06/01/2018 at 2025 hours their neighbour text the caller as they were out to tell them that their house alarm was going off, the caller was not sure if this had anything to do with the attempted break in to the shed. The caller stated at the end of the call that they remembered last seeing the shed intact on the 03/01/2018. This was between Spring Terrace and the Nuthall roundabout.


Theft From Motor Vehicle – 2


Drummond Drive 10/01/2018 –


Caller reported that their black car had been broken into sometime between 1900 hours on the 09/01/2018 and 0800 hours. There was no damage to the vehicle. A few items were removed and stolen including sunglasses, ipod and a laptop in a laptop bag.


Drummond Drive 10/01/2018 –


Caller reported damage to their silver van with the small triangle window of the driver side being smashed sometime between the 09/01/2018 at 2100 hours and 0840 hours. The offender had been through the glove box but caller was unsure what had been taken. The victim had cash, chewing gum and a car charger stolen from within.


Nuthall West –


Anti Social Behaviour – 1


Ash Crescent 05/01/2018 –


Caller reported at 2135 hours that around six youths had been causing nuisance outside on the footpath opposite Oak Drive. The youths had kicked at the fencing and walked off down towards Shelley Close.


Burglary Other – 1


Ash Crescent 11/01/2018 –


An unknown suspect placed a water barrel/butt underneath the shutters of the business premise possibly by jacking the shutters up and the office alarm was set off sometime between 1600 hours on the 10/01/2018 and 0645 hours. No entry was gained and no damage was caused.


Suspicious Incident – 1


New Farm Lane 08/01/2018 –


Caller reported that at 2040 hours two white males got out of a blue panel van and both had their hoods up pulled tight. The males then walked down towards Kimberley Road and when the caller came back towards Kimberley Road the males were walking back to the van parked on New Farm Lane. One male had a black DVR box in his hand with the wires coming out of the back. The males parked up the van round the corner out of the way and went down the jitty, they then came back out of the jitty and then went round the corner. The males returned eight minutes later and the caller stated that the black box wasn’t in the males hand when he got out of the van. Description of male 1, white male, gaunt face, goatee beard wearing a dark hooded top. Description of male 2, white male wearing a dark hooded top. The caller stated that the drawstrings on the hooded tops were pulled so tight that there were only tiny circles that the males could see through. One of the males looked at the caller when he went back to the van and he didn’t look at the caller in a nice way.


Thank you,


PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437

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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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