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Nuthall Crime Update

Alert message sent 04/11/2018 16:34:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good afternoon,


Nuthall East –


Anti Social Behaviour – 1


Burnt Oak Close 02/11/2018 –


Caller reported at 1810 hours that their house had been egged by a group of youths who were seen running off. No descriptions were available for the group and the caller just heard a thud at the window and saw the egg.


Burglary Dwelling - 2


Highfield Road 01/11/2018 -


Caller reported that two males came into the property grounds and asked to take away some scrap from the skip which the caller agreed to. The caller watched them from the living room as they originally walked around the side of the house. The caller then saw them walk into the house which was a building site and this wasn't needed to access the skip. The caller saw one of the males go into the back room where the power tools were kept so the caller intervened and a drill dropped from under the male’s jumper. The other male came in armed with a hammer so the caller released the male. The males got into the white van with an open back and left the area and the back was full of scrap. This incident happened at around 1530 hours. First white male, 5ft 10, chubby build, clean shaven and aged between 35 and 40 years. The male was bald and was wearing all black. Second olive skinned male, 5ft 8, shaven head and aged between 35 and 40 years. This male wore black shorts. A Dewalt impact drill was removed and stolen and the van was seen driving off towards Woodland Drive.


Chelsea Close 03/11/2018 -


Caller returned home and found that their house had been burgled sometime between 1830 and 2140 hours. Offenders gained entry by forcing the rear patio door leading into the kitchen. The main bedroom had been searched through and the utility room door had a cracked glass pane in it. A neighbour informed the caller that at around 2100 hours they saw the side security light come on and a dark figure step into the bushes at the front of the property. 


Burglary Other – 1


Temple Drive 31/10/2018 –


Caller reported a break in to their garden shed sometime between midnight and 0600 hours. Chairs had been stacked on top of each other in order for the offenders to climb over the gate and undo the latches. The shed wasn’t locked and nothing had been removed and stolen.


Theft From Motor Vehicle – 2


Millennium Way West 01/11/2018 -


Caller reported that sometime between 1945 hours on the 31/10/2018 and 0715 hours entry had been attempted to their white panel van. Damage had been caused to the rear doors as the offenders had attempted to force the lock. No entry was gained and nothing was stolen. The van was left parked secure overnight in the hotel car park.


Millennium Way West 02/11/2018 –


Caller reported that a white panel van had been broken into at around 2245 hours and tools were removed and stolen from the vehicle. The van was left parked secure overnight in the hotel car park.


Nuthall West -


Theft From Motor Vehicle - 1


Philip Avenue 01/11/2018 -


Caller reported that the rear registration plate had been removed and stolen from their white camper van. This happened sometime between the 26/10/2018 and the 01/11/2018. The camper van was left parked secure on the drive way.


Thank you,


PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437

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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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