Police crime report for incidents in the Mansfield area

Here is a list of crimes reported in the Mansfield district from Tuesday, July 13, to Tuesday, July 20.

Wednesday, 21st July 2021, 6:03 pm

Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.CUMBERLANDTheft of motor vehicle. A white Transit van was stolen from Ladybrook Lane at approximately 2.35pm on July 14. The keys to the vehicle were left under the visor. The van has been added to the police hotlist.EAKRINGBurglary. An unknown man in dark clothing tried to gain access to a property on Matague Street at approximately 4am, on July 14. The male did not gain entry and an area search proved negative.LINDHURSTBurglary. An alarm sounded at the Golden Eagle pub at 1.10am on July 19, after a window was opened and four bottles of gin were stolen.Theft. A 0.8 digger has been stolen from a construction site on Lindhurst Lane at 5.30pm on July 16.

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An envelope containing a bank card was stolen from a person sunbathing outside his property on Victoria Street. The offence took place between 5.10pm and 5.40pm, on July 18.RAVENSDALEBurglary. A small building and café area at the Brunt’s Academy were broken into and £100 was stolen from the till. Stock and other items were thrown around the room and damage, including holes in the wall, was caused with a hammer. The offence took place between 1.30pm on July 17 and 8am, the next day.

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Theft. A lady’s white Royale mobility scooter was stolen from outside B&M, on Stockwell Gate, at 11.15pm on July 16. CCTV captured two males taking the scooter and enquiries are ongoing.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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