Crime report in Hucknall

Inspector Nick Butler.
Inspector Nick Butler.

There were three burglaries in the Hucknall area over the seven days to Thursday September 10.

Cash was stolen from a house on Robin Hood Drive. Theieves entered via an insecure kitchen window sometime between 9.40pm on Friday September 4 and 9.40am Saturday 5.

A laptop and an iphone were taken from a home on Mount Pleasant, Annesley. Windows were forced but entry was gained via French doors at around 4pm on Wednesday 9 September.

Power tools, taps, radiators, copper piping, door handles and smoke detectors were stolen from a property on Broomhill Road, Hucknall. Entry was gained via a patio door sometime between 6pm on Monday September 7 and 8am Tuesday 8.

Between 7.30pm Tuesday September 8 and 6.30am Wednesday 9 four bikes were stolen from a shed on Main Street, Jacksdale, that was forced open. A black and gold Felt da Triathlon racer bike, a black and white Kuota Khama, a red and white Kuota Kebeland a Boardman mountain bike were taken. All bikes had been padlocked and the locks were also taken.

A Whacker plate was stolen from a building site in Lancaster Road, Hucknall, sometime between 5pm Tuesday September 8 and 7am Wednesday 9.

At about 10am on Thursday September 3 in Ashgate Road, Hucknall a tan leather handbag was stolen from a shopping trolley whilst the owner was shopping in a local store.

Between 6pm on Saturday September 5 and 9am Sunday 6 in Cherry Avenue, Hucknall, a wooden bench and chairs were stolen from a garden.

No vehicles were were reported stolen and nothing was stolen from cars during this period.

Inspector Nick Butler said: “Should you hear of any of the above items being offered for sale please inform the police immediately.”

Contact Jon Pheasant, Intelligence Officer for Hucknall, by e-mail at jonathan.pheasant@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk or call 101 or 0800 555 111.