Nuthall East –
Criminal Damage – 2
Willesden Green 06/05/2018 –
Caller reported at 2230 hours that one of their conifer trees had been set alight on the front garden next to the drive way.
Mornington Crescent 09/05/2018 –
Caller reported that their blue car had been keyed sometime between 1130 and 1515 hours. The car was left parked secure on the road and it was damaged down the driver side front and rear doors. This was close to the Broxtowe Country Park entrance to Mornington Crescent.
Theft From Motor Vehicle – 1
Perivale Close 12/05/2018 –
Caller reported that their white panel van had been broken into and it was left parked secure on the drive. This happened sometime between midnight and 0800 hours, there was no damage to the doors and they were all open when the caller went to the van. Tools had been removed and stolen.
Nuthall West –
Theft From Motor Vehicle – 3
Elm Avenue 09/05/2018 –
Caller reported that whilst parked outside on the road outside their home address between 1700 hours on the 04/05/2018 and 0600 hours on the 09/05/2018 someone had broken into their white panel van. Access was gained by forcing the lock on the driver door, power and hand tools had been removed as well as a tool vault. The power tools are all dewalt cordless tools and the hand tools were joinery tools.
Laurel Crescent 06/05/2018 –
Caller reported at 2245 hours that two white males had tried to break into the callers white panel van. Both youths were wearing red gloves and they went off in a dark coloured car. No sign of a forced entry and the caller heard the bang of the door opening and believed nothing had been taken from their van. Both males were wearing caps and aged in their late twenties.
Watnall Road 13/05/2018 –
Caller reported that their white panel van had been broken into sometime between 2230 hours on the 12/05/2018 and 0730 hours. No damage was caused to gain entry to the van. The van was left parked secure overnight on the road and no tools were removed and stolen as they were locked up inside. Two bin liners full of clothes and shoes were removed and stolen along with a jar full of change. This was close to the junction with Albert Avenue.
PCSO 8053 Reddish
07525 989 437