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Nuthall West Theft Alert

Alert message sent 21/05/2018 11:07:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good morning,


Nuthall East –


Anti Social Behaviour – 2


Mornington Crescent 19/05/2018 –


Caller reported at 2315 hours that there was a house party going on. The caller added at 2345 hours that the party was very loud and ongoing and there were a lot of teenagers about. The caller added that a lot of neighbours were up and concerned.


Hillingdon Avenue 19/05/2018 –


At 0410 hours officers attended to a disturbance on the street. A group of friends were seen holding each other back as the problem group had left after a verbal altercation.


Nuthall West –


Theft Other – 2


Poplar Crescent 20/05/2018 –


Caller reported that the window in the shed had been broken and a Karcher pressure washer had been removed and stolen. The caller advised that they had not been to shed for a couple of weeks but went out with the other day and found a broken window and their pressure washer missing. The caller stated that the theft had happened within the last 24 hours.


The Spinney 18/05/2018 –


Caller reported that their red motorbike stolen after it was left parked secure overnight in the car park. The motorcycle was a Honda ST 1100 and this happened sometime between 2300 hours on the 17/05/2018 and 0750 hours. The motorbike was secured with a padlock and a chain on both wheels and the caller had both sets of keys.


At 2300 hours on the 18/05/2018 a member of the public reported that on Mellors Way, Nottingham Business Park, Strelley the stolen motorcycle with wires hanging out from it.


Thank you,


PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437

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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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