Police crime report for incidents in the Mansfield area

Here is a list of crimes reported in the Mansfield district from Tuesday, June 22, and Tuesday, June 29.

Friday, 9th July 2021, 12:11 pm

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.BERRY HILLBurglary. CCTV shows two males running away from business premises on Nottingham Road, in Mansfield, and getting into a silver Vauxhall car, at approximately 2.30am, on June 26. It appears they tried to get into the building by using a metal bar to prise open the back door.Theft. A Samsung 65” TV which was built into a wall outside Nos 5 Bistro, on Madeline Court, Mansfield, was stolen at 1.09am, on June 27. CCTV has captured a male committing the theft.BROOMHILLBurglary. Three children, aged approximately nine or ten-years-old, were seen breaking into a property on Westfield Lane with a crowbar and stealing items. They are believed to live locally. The incident happened at 6.45pm, on June 23.EAKRINGTheft. An Aero scooter was stolen from the Racecourse Park area sometime between 6.10pm and 6.30pm, on June 22.Cash was stolen from the pockets of a man who fell asleep in Titchfield Park between 9.30pm, on June 22, and 8.30am the next day.

FOREST TOWN EASTTheft/flytipping. Netting was stolen from the side of a house on Clipstone Road East, overnight on June 25. Rubbish was also dumped on the garden.Lead flashing has been stolen from the clock tower at Kingsway Hall sometime since June 12. CCTV is being reviewed.FOREST TOWN WESTTheft. A black Carrera Vengeance 10 speed bike was stolen from outside Asda, on Old Mill Lane, at 1.15pm on June 26. There is no CCTV covering the area.GRANGE FARMTheft. A purse was stolen from a woman opposite the Polish shop on Westfield Lane, at approximately 5.55pm, on June 26.LEEMINGBurglary.A door to a property on Leeming Lane South was kicked in and items were stolen, including jewellery, a TV, a mountain bike and a laptop. The offence was reported on June 22 and it is believed the theft took place up to a few days prior.LINDHURSTBurglary. Garden furniture and a BBQ were stolen from a back garden on Third Avenue, in Rainworth, between 9.30pm, on June 25, and 10.15am, on June 26. A lock was broken off the wooden door of a shed and a black Raleigh ladies’ pushbike and a wheelbarrow have also been stolen.Theft of motor vehicle. A Thwaites 9-tonne dumper truck was stolen from Berry Hill reservoir, on Lindhurst Lane, in Mansfield. The offence occurred between 5pm on June 22, and 7am the next day. The vehicle’s tracker appears to have been disabled.Theft from motor vehicle. A wallet was stolen from inside an unlocked car on Lindhurst Way, in Mansfield, sometime between 10am and 3pm on June 23. A bank card was used to buy food from McDonalds, on Eagle Way, at 1:53pm, on June 25, but it was declined. CCTV is being checked.Theft. A self storage company on Southwell Road West was accessed by three boys aged approximately 12-years-old. They spray painted the container and stolen several items. The offence took place between 5.20pm and 5.40pm, on June 26.LADYBROOK

Theft. Two males were disturbed trying to steal copper piping on Byron Street, in Mansfield, at 10.15pm on June 24. There was a smell of gas so all neighbouring properties had to be evacuated so it could be made safe.

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Burglary. A jewellery box and a safe have been stolen from a property on Roseberry Hill in Mansfield. The victim is unsure of the time frame of the offence but noticed the items missing at midday on June 28.

Theft. A mobile phone was stolen at approximately 4pm on June 26 from a victim at Ciao Bella, on Nottingham Road. The male offender entered the premises with a card with Spanish on it and covered everything on the table before walking off with the phone.


Burglary. A break-in happened at an address on Priory Road, Mansfield Woodhouse. The owner returned home to find the rear patio doors off their hinges. It happened on June 27, between 11.30am and 4.20pm. Police are unsure if anything has been stolen at this time.


Theft from motor vehicle. A car was broken into in a hotel’s car park on Woodhouse Road between 9pm on June 24, and 2.30am the next day. A dash cam and paperwork were stolen.

The back window of a car was smashed and a handbag was stolen. The offence took place between 6.20pm and 6.50pm on June 27, in Carr Bank car park.


Theft other. A male offender agreed to buy a laptop that was advertised on Gumtree. When attended the address he told the seller it had been paid for by bank transfer and showed her his phone before leaving with the laptop. But the payment was never made and messages to him were ignored. The male is described as foreign and riding a pushbike with a Deliveroo bag on his back. Enquiries are ongoing.

Theft of motor vehicle. A black and silver Lex Moto ZFX motorbike was stolen from Vale Road, in Mansfield Woodhouse, between 10pm on June 22 and 5am the next day. The vehicle has been added to the hotlist.SHERWOOD

Theft other. A green Avengence 225 mountain bike, chained up outside a house on Burlington Drive, in Mansfield, was stolen between 8.30pm, on June 15, and 9pm, on June 26. The offence is captured on a neighbour’s CCTV which is being checked.


Burglary. Workers who were repairing a leak on the roof of business premises on Stockwell Gate on June 19, noticed someone had tried to use a blade, possibly a Stanley knife, to get in through the roof. Entry was not gained.

Theft from motor vehicle. The doors of a black Ford Ranger were forced, and the rear passenger window was smashed, when it was parked on Gilcroft Street in Mansfield. A large holdall full of clothes was stolen. The offence occurred at 4.30am, on June 24. CCTV is being checked.


Theft of motor vehicle. A vehicle was stolen from outside a property on Ocean Drive, in Warsop, between 9pm, on June 21, and and 3.30pm, on June 22. The car was left secure and both sets of keys are with the owner. The car has been added to the hotlist.If you have any information relating to the above criminal, activity please contact the Nottinghamshire Police Safer neighbourhood team on [email protected]

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