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Crime Report Hucknall and the Rural Villages to Thursday 4 January 2018

Alert message sent 05/01/2018 11:48:00

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Crimes reported over the past two weeks.

Burglary Dwelling
None reported.

Burglary Other
Between Tuesday 19 and Thursday 21 December in Skegby Road, Annesley Woodhouse, a shed was broken into and the following items stolen. Two car wheels and the following Snap-on tools – set of combination spanners, set off ratchet spanners, mini set of ratchet spanners, four socket sets, set of screwdrivers, impact nut runner gun. Three air tool ratchet guns.

Overnight Monday 25 to Tuesday 26 December the shutters were damaged and the glass in a door smashed to gain entry to a shop.  We have no details at this time of anything stolen.

Around 3.30pm on Wednesday 27 December in Forest Road, Annesley Woodhouse, a shed was broken into and a Qualcast PC40 Chainsaw, a Husqvarna chainsaw and two plastic fuel cans were stolen.

At sometime over the Christmas period in Annesley Road, Hucknall, a garage was broken into by forcing the door and a number of Organ Pipes were stolen.

Theft of motor vehicle
Between 8.00pm on Friday 22 and 9.00am on Saturday 23 December in Nottingham Road, Hucknall, a blue and black 125cc Lexmoto moped was stolen from a driveway.

Between 30 minutes past midnight and 10.25am in Versailles Gardens, Hucknall, a black Piagio Typhoon 125cc scooter was stolen from the front garden of a house.

Theft from motor vehicle
Around 8.08pm on Thursday 21 December in St. Johns Crescent, Hucknall, a white Ford van was broken into and electricians tools stolen.

Between 4.00pm on Monday 25 and 9.10am on Tuesday 26 at 60/62, High Street, Hucknall, a Mercedes Sprinter van, in the car park at the rear, was broken into and various tools stolen.

Between 2.50pm and 3.20pm on Friday 29 December in the car park at the Ashgate Retail Park, Hucknall, a van was broken into but nothing was stolen.

Between 11.50am and 3.20pm on Friday 29 December in the Park and Ride car park on Ashgate Road, Hucknall, a white Ford Transit van was broken into via the driver’s door.  A Bosch Hammer Drill and an impact driver were stolen.

Between 9.00am on Saturday 30 and 1.00pm on Sunday 31 December in the B & M car park, Hucknall, the number plates were stolen from a black Ford Focus.

Between 6.00pm on Monday1 and 10.00am on Tuesday 2 January in Cavendish Crescent, Annesley Woodhouse, the passenger side front and rear wheels were stolen from a Fiat Punto.

At 5.12pm on Wednesday 3 January in Vaughan Avenue, Hucknall, a group of four or five teenagers were disturbed attempting to break into a car and ran off.

At 6.15pm on Wednesday 3 January in Cheyne Walk, Hucknall, while a car was being unloaded, a passerby attempted to steal items from the car.  He was disturbed and made off.

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 Stephen Swift, Intelligence Officer for Hucknall, by e-mail at or you can contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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