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If you think you have seen anything suspicious or have any information which might be of assistance to the Police please contact our local Nuthall Beat Team or if they are not on duty callers can report via 101.

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Nuthall East –


Anti Social Behaviour – 1


Millennium Way West 17/12/2016 –


Caller reported at 0350 hours that two male guests from the hotel had returned from a night out in a drunken state and they were making threats towards the hotel staff.


Robbery – 1


Woodland Drive 18/12/2016 –


Victim had been out in the city and returned by taxi and was dropped at the petrol station on Nottingham Road before walking onto Woodland Drive where the victim was approached by a white male who asked the victim what he had. The male victim became scared and threw his wallet on the floor in front of the suspect who picked it up. The victim then ran off home. No injuries and no weapon seen. This incident took place at around 0240 hours. The caller stated the white male was on a bike and was aged in his twenties. The male was alone and wore a hooded top.


If you saw or heard anything suspicious in the area at around this time then please call 101 giving the incident number of 115-18122016.


Suspicious Incident – 1


Mornington Crescent 17/12/2016 –


Caller reported a suspicious male on the street at around 1035 hours. The black male had a beard and was 5ft 7 tall and wore a red beanie hat, blue puffer jacket, blue jeans and black gloves. The male had a Birmingham accent according to the caller. The male approached the caller’s house and the caller heard a knock and looked out of the window and saw this male at the end of his garden. The male asked the caller if he wanted to buy a Christmas tree but he had no trees with him and no vehicle and the caller thought it was a bit late for someone to start selling Christmas trees. The caller asked him where his van was with the trees and the male said "oh I can get them".

Nuthall East –


Anti Social Behaviour – 1


Nottingham Road 25/12/2016 –


An unknown male walked into the fuel station store to purchase cigarettes but when he had been unable to produce ID the sale was refused. The male initially left the store before returning and pushing a shelf of chocolate bars over in frustration. The white male was described as being around 16 years old, 5ft 10, with a small beard and seen wearing a green jacket. The incident took place at around 1220 hours. Officers were on scene after seven minutes but conducted a negative area search for the male who was suspected to have walked onto the Broxtowe Country Park.


Nuthall West –


Anti Social Behaviour – 1


Saint Patricks Road 27/12/2016 –


Caller reported at 0110 hours that a female was outside banging loudly at their door. Both parties were in drink following earlier being together at the nearby public house. A party then carried on at this house and the female was asked to leave the address.

Nuthall East -

Burglary Dwelling – 1


Roland Avenue 27/12/2016 –


Unknown offender had tried to force entry by jemmying the rear UPVC patio door, offender has then smashed the same gaining entry to the premise, untidy search of all rooms. The garage was also entered. Jewellery and money taken, exit point same as entry. The occupants were away on holiday and a neighbour reported seeing a light on in the house at around 1945 hours. The attending officer suspected a shovel had been used to smash the patio door.


If you saw or heard anything suspicious in the area at around this time then please call 101 giving the incident number of 710-27122016.


Thank you,


PCSO 8053 Reddish

07525 989 437

Local Crime Alerts - Updated 28 December, 2016