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Strelley Village Burglary Alert

Alert message sent 08/03/2018 21:41:00

Information sent on behalf of Notts Police

Good evening,


Nuthall East –


Burglary Other – 1


Colliers Way 07/03/2018 –


Caller reported that their office premises were broken into sometime overnight between 1600 hours on the 06/03/2018 and 0630 hours. The caller stated that the building was having a refurbishment and the shutters had been taken out and that someone must have seen this and then gained access. The caller said that it appeared they had got in via a window and then tried to take several items. The caller stated that they had taken old wiring with copper inside it which had been bagged up. A halogen light, copper loops and they attempted to remove a copper pipe in the toilet which caused a flood.


Strelley Village –


Burglary Dwelling – 1


Main Street 06/03/2018 –


Sometime between 1000 and 1630 hours an unknown offender entered the downstairs insecure patio door and had stolen car keys then taken the victims white car and also keys for a yellow car. The white car was later found by police at 1650 hours on Quarry Avenue in Bulwell with a male making off from the car. The keys for the other car were also located within. The officer located the car and a male made off on foot from it in Bulwell. The male that ran off from the car held his phone up to his face almost to hide his face whilst driving. White male with short dark wavy hair, wearing a black jacket with the collar turned over.


Thank you,


PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437

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Neil Reddish (Police, PCSO 8053, Nuthall)

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