Information sent on behalf ofNottinghamshire Police
MANSFIELD AND DISTRICT – 7 DAYS TO THURSDAY 16th March 2017. (Sent on behalf of Mansfield District Commander Nick Butler).
Crimes reported over the past 7 days, 12:00 9th March - 12:00 16th March. Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.
Burglary dwelling: A car was stolen from an address on Robin Down Lane overnight on Saturday after an offender took the keys which were in the front door, the door had been left unlocked.
Burglary dwelling: A resident of Collingham Road was targeted by an offender known to him and cash was stolen from the house, an arrest was made.
Burglary other: Overnight on Sunday the shed of a property on Collingham Road was entered after the door was completely removed, nothing was stolen.
Theft of a motor vehicle: A car parked on Abbott Road was stolen on Wednesday night, the vehicle was later recovered.
Burglary other: An unoccupied shop property on Greenshank Road was entered after offenders broke a window, sweets were stolen from inside.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: On Tuesday evening the window of a car parked on Perlethorpe Avenue was deliberately smashed.
Burglary dwelling: An attempt was made on Wednesday night to break into an empty property on Raleigh Road, entry was not gained.
Theft from a motor vehicle: The hub caps were stolen from a car parked on Smith Street, exact date unknown.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: The wing mirror and a headlight of a car parked on Newgate Lane were smashed on Tuesday morning.
Forest Town West
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: A car parked in Asda car park was deliberately scratched along the side and front on Saturday morning.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Fuel was siphoned from a number of vehicles, belonging to several companies, which were parked on the Kirkland Industrial Park on Tuesday night. In one incident vending machines were also targeted and cash stolen.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: Two windows of a car parked on Ladybrook Lane were smashed overnight on Sunday.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Overnight on Sunday tools were stolen from a van parked on Bryony Way, means of entry unknown.
Burglary dwelling: An unoccupied property on Waterson Close was targeted overnight on Sunday when offenders tried to enter through an adjoining garage, they did not manage to enter the house. On the same night there was also an attempt to enter a house on Chatsworth Drive, offenders got inside the garage but failed to access the house, nothing was stolen.
Burglary other: Overnight on Friday the shed of a property on Chatsworth Drive was entered after the padlock was broken off from the door, nothing was stolen. On the same night the shed of a property on Newark Way was also entered after forcing the door, property taken included a jigsaw, a circular saw, screws and alcohol.
Theft of a motor vehicle: A named offender stole a car from a property on Colwick Close and sold the car to a third party.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Overnight on Friday a van parked on Trowell Court was broken into after offenders smashed a window. Property taken included a CD player and other small assorted items. In the same night a van parked on Chatsworth Drive was also broken into by smashing a window, it is not known if anything was stolen.
Over the weekend a number of cars were broken into at a car sales property on the Anglia Way industrial estate, CCTV captured the offence.
A car parked on Shireoaks Court was entered on Wednesday night after the vehicle had been left unlocked and a bag containing coins was stolen.
Burglary other: The shed of a property on The Dukeries was broken into, exact date unknown, and a blue and yellow Merida mountain bike stolen from within.
Burglary dwelling: In the early hours of Sunday morning residents of Chesterfield Road North disturbed an offender in their home, nothing was stolen.
Theft of a motor vehicle: On the evening of Thursday 9th a motor cycle was stolen from the car park of the Water Meadows sports centre.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Overnight on Friday the window of a car parked on Littleworth was smashed and a Kodak camera stolen.
On Saturday night a car parked on Kitchener Drive was entered by means unknown, nothing was stolen.
A car parked on the driveway of a house on Fisher Lane was entered on Sunday after a door was forced open, a wallet containing bank cards was stolen.
Burglary other: A property on Leeming Lane South was entered after a gate and a door were forced open, a male was arrested at the scene.
Theft from a motor vehicle: Overnight on Friday the aerial was taken from a car parked on Blake Street. CCTV showed the offence and the aerial was returned to the owner.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: The tyres of a car parked on Burns Avenue were slashed on Friday morning.
Burglary other: Copper was stolen from the bins of a building on Pelham Street overnight on Monday.
Theft from a motor vehicle: The wheel trims were stolen from four work vehicles parked in a secure compound on Pelham Street over the weekend.
Burglary other: Copper and aluminium cable was stolen from business premises on Meden Lane overnight on Monday.
An attempt was made to break into an outbuilding on Cedar Avenue, exact time not known. Entry was not gained.
Household CCTV captured two male offenders stealing a Carrera mountain bike from a garage on Scotswood Road at 2:30 on Monday morning, no further description of the offenders.
Theft of a motor vehicle: Overnight on Sunday a pick-up truck was stolen from outside a property on Park Hall Road.
Theft from a motor vehicle: The plastic panels were stolen from a van parked on Rock Valley overnight on Sunday.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: On Wednesday morning permanent marker pen was used to draw on a van parked on Cedar Avenue.
Burglary dwelling: An unoccupied property on Pheasant Hill was broken into, exact date unknown, and power tools stolen.
In the early hours of Friday morning a resident of Ashfield Avenue awoke to find a male offender in his home. The offender ran away, he had stolen a Samsung phone and a Galaxy tablet.
Criminal damage to a motor vehicle: A car parked in a town centre car park was deliberately damaged overnight on Thursday 9th.
Burglary other: Copper piping and lead were stolen from a public house on Station Road on Sunday night.
Theft from a motor vehicle: The window of a car parked on James Murray Mews was smashed in the early hours of Friday morning and the dashboard camera stolen from within.
On Saturday night a car parked in a town centre car park was broken into and property stolen, including a hard drive, a sports bag and a work bag.
The registration plate of a motorcycle parked on Clumber Street was stolen, exact date unknown.
Motorcyclist dies following Warsop collision Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a man died following a serious collision on Peafield Lane, Warsop on Saturday. Police were called at around 3.20pm following the single-vehicle collision which involved a motorcycle. The motorcyclist - a man in his forties - died following the collision. Detective Sergeant Ash Thornton from Nottinghamshire Police said: "We are appealing for any witnesses or drivers with dashcam fitted to their vehicles who were in the area at the time of the collision to come forward. “In addition we are keen to speak to the occupants of a black or grey Range Rover-type vehicle that we believe was travelling along Peafield Lane towards Clipstone around the time of the collision. "We believe the occupants of this vehicle may have seen the motorcycle involved in the moments before the collision and would ask them to make contact with officers as soon as possible. "If you witnessed the collision, please call Nottinghamshire Police on 101. Any information - no matter how insignificant it may seem - could make the difference." Anyone with any information is asked to Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 548 of 11 March.
Proper Use of 999 The Police Contact Management department continue to spread awareness on social media to encourage the general public to use the correct numbers when phoning the Force and not to waste police time. Here are some examples of calls to 999 that have been uploaded recently to Facebook. "Can you ring my boyfriend for me? I need a lift home and I can't remember his number." "My son won't stop playing on his computer and it's his bedtime. I'm worried he might not get up for school on time." "My boiler is broke. I want the police to attend my house to fix it." "People are setting off fireworks and it's been going off for about 45 minutes but it's stopped now." "The green man isn't working on the traffic lights." "I've locked myself out. I can't get into my house as my key is inside." "I bought an e-cigarette from my local shop and it's not working, but they won't give me a refund even though I've got a receipt." "My phone has locked, so can the police contact the provider to unlock it?" "Bouncers have chucked me out the nightclub for no reason." "The dry cleaners haven't cleaned my curtains." The message is clear, by not calling the Force for non-policing issues, it allows us to be there when people really do need us.
Message ends. Inspector Nick Butler Mansfield District Commander