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Crime Report Hucknall and the Rural Villages for the week to Thursday 30 November 2017

Alert message sent 01/12/2017 10:40:00

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Crimes reported over the past seven days.

Burglary Dwelling

None reported.

Burglary Other

At sometime between Saturday 11 and Saturday 25 November in Montague Road, Hucknall, a shed was broken into and an orange and black mountain bike was stolen.


Sometime on Friday 24 November in Annesley Road, Hucknall, a shed was broken into and a red KTM dirt bike stolen and a quantity if tools stolen.


Between 5.00am and 7.00am on Friday 24 November in Salmon Lane, Annesley Woodhouse, a garage was broken into.  An air tool compressor, a Strimmer, Stihl Saw, and a Mini Quad bike were stolen.


Between 1.30am and 9.55am on Friday 24 November, the Portland Arms on Annesley Road was broken into via a ground floor window.  A till and CCTV hard drive were stolen.


At sometime before 10.00am on Wednesday 29 November in Derby Road, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, a Radio Mast Cabin was broken into and large lead acid batteries were stolen.


Theft of motor vehicle

Around 1.00pm on Saturday 25 November in Moor Road, Bestwood Village, a 125 Pulse Adrenaline bike was stolen from outside a property.


Theft from motor vehicle

Overnight Wednesday 22 to Thursday 23 November on Desborough Road, Selston, a Peugeot van was broken into by forcing the rear doors. A Bosch hammer drill and a Bosch combination drill were stolen.


Between 5.30pm on Wednesday 22 and 8.00am on Thursday 23 November in Alfreton Road, Selston, an attempt was made to break into a blue Ford Transit van on a driveway.


Overnight Wednesday 22 to Thursday 23 November in Church Lane, Selston, a silver Citroen Berlingo was broken into and power tools were stolen.


Between 8.00pm Wednesday 22 and 6.35pm on Thursday 23 November in Plainspot Road, Underwood, a grey Ford Transit van was broken into and a commercial jet wash stolen.


Between 8.30pm on Saturday 25 and 2.45pm on Sunday 26 November in Albert Close, Hucknall, the rear window of a Mini Cooper, parked on the driveway, was smashed.  Nothing was stolen.


Between 8.00pm on Friday 24 and 7.00am on Monday 27 November in Orchard Court, Hucknall, the number plates were stolen from a black BMW 3 Series car.


Between 9.00pm on Sunday 26 and 4.30pm on Monday 27 November in Plainspot Road, Underwood, a metallic grey Ford Transit van drivers door was forced to gain access.  We do not know at this time if anything was stolen.


Between 6.00pm on Tuesday 28 and 7.00am on Wednesday 29 November in Jackson Road, Hucknall, the side window of a van was smashed to gain access and a petrol disc cutter, Makita Impact driver and drill set were stolen.


At 1.40am on Wednesday 29 November in Watnall Road, Hucknall, e black Nissan Navarra was broken into.  A jig saw, SDS Drills, Impact drills and Laser Levels were stolen.


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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