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Monthly crime update

Alert message sent 03/06/2018 15:36:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good afternoon residents of the Nottingham Park estate,

Here is your monthly crime update from May 1st to June 1st 2018.

 

Wednesday 2nd May – Burglary on Lenton Road.

Sunday 13th May – Burglary on Peveril Drive.

Thursday 17th May – Burglary on Western Terrace.

Tuesday 29th May – Burglary on Hamilton Drive.

 

Wednesday 16th May – Robbery on Fiennes Crescent.

 

Wednesday 2nd May – Theft from motor vehicle on Hardwick Road.

Saturday 5th May – Theft from motor vehicle on Lenton Road.

Tuesday 8th May – Theft from motor vehicle on Western Terrace.

Friday 11th May – Theft from motor vehicle on Barrack Lane.

Saturday 19th May – Theft from motor vehicle on Holles Crescent.

Sunday 20th May – Theft from motor vehicle on Huntingdon Drive.

Monday 20th May – Theft from motor vehicle on Clare Valley.

 

There has been quite an increase in crime throughout the month of May with 1 robbery, 4 burglaries and 7 thefts from motor vehicles reported to police throughout the estate. Work is on-going through the local beat teams, response officers and CID to detect crimes and arrest offenders.

As mentioned in an alert sent out on the 16th May a male has been arrested, charged and remanded into custody following a burglary in the Park estate.

As always we remind you to keep your doors and windows locked and leave any valuables out of site. Please remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity to police via 101 or alternatively 999 in an emergency.

Many thanks,
Dan



 
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Daniel Lane (Police, PCSO 8178, The Park Estate)

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