Police crime report for incidents in the Mansfield area
Here is a list of crimes reported in the Mansfield district from Tuesday, July 20, to Tuesday, July 27.
Only those areas with reported crimes are listed.BROOMHILLBurglary. A ground floor rear window was broken at an address on John Woodhead Court and cash was stolen, between 5pm and 6.25pm, on July 23. CUMBERLANDBurglary. A glass front door was shattered and a ground floor window was tampered with, but no entry was gained, at a property on Armstrong Road sometime over the weekend.LINDHURSTBurglary. A business on Lindhurst Way West was broken into and a large amount of timber and plywood was stolen. It is believed offenders cut through the chain on a gate to gain entry. The incident happened sometime between 4.30pm, on July 22, and 7am the next day. PORTLANDTheft. A red Treck mountain bike was stolen from the bike shed at Watermeadows, sometime between 4pm and 6pm on July 20. The bike was left secure. CCTV enquiries are on-going.RAVENSDALE
Burglary. An empty property on Alcock Avenue in Mansfield was broken into sometime over the last three months. A landlord attended the house to carry out work and realised someone had broken into it. Nothing was stolen.Damage. A car window was smashed at 3.30am on July 23, while it was parked on Garratt Avenue in Mansfield. Nothing was stolen and there was no CCTV in the area.SHERWOOD
Burglary. An orange KTM 350 EXCF motorbike was stolen from Sherwood Rise, in Mansfield Woodhouse, between 6pm, on July 25, and 8am, on July 26. The bike was advertised for sale and enquiries are ongoing.
Robbery. A woman was walking through the underpass from Stockwell Gate to Belvedere Car Park when she was “barged at” from behind, causing her to stumble, at around 12.50pm on July 26. The offender stole her hand bag and made off. The male offender is described as 5 ft 11” tall, skinny, with dark mousey brown hair. He was wearing a dark long sleeved top with a collar and grey tracksuit bottoms and black trainers in a Nike Airmax style. Investigations are on going.
Theft. A red Raleigh bike was stolen from outside the bus station, between 7.30am hours and 2.30pm, on July 26. 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]