These are the latest crimes reported across Mansfield district.
The report covers the period between noon on Thursday, May 10, and noon on Thursday, May 17.
The site office of a development on Old Newark Road was broken into overnight on Saturday, May 12, after offenders smashed the alarm system. A large number of electrical items were stolen.
A student’s motorcycle was stolen on Tuesday, May 15, from the car park of Vision West Nottinghamshire College, Derby Road, Mansfield,
A car parked on Laxton Drive was deliberately scratched along the boot on Friday afternoon, May 11.
Overnight on Friday, May 11, a vehicle parked on a driveway on Brick Kiln Lane was entered by unknown means. A number of low-value items were taken, along with a black Northface coat.
Also on the night of Friday, May 11, a car parked on Armstrong Road was entered, again by unknown means, and a green Ivogue pushchair was stolen along with some small change.
On Wednesday evening, May 16, damage was caused to a vehicle on Maltby Road.
Forest Town East
The rear door of a property on Clipstone Drive was forced open on Friday afternoon, May 11. Offenders stole jewellery from the bedroom.
Forest Town West
At an exact time and date unknown a car which had been left parked on waste ground on Stuart Avenue and had been left unlocked, was entered and a passport stolen, along with some small change and some vehicle documents.
A garage on Langford Road was broken into at some time between 3pm on Wednesday, May 9, and 1pm the following day. A mobility scooter was stolen, the scooter was later recovered but had suffered extensive damage.
The communal area of shared accommodation on Layton Burroughs was broken into after an offender climbed guttering and forced open a first-floor window.
On Tuesday, May 15, a house on Corporation Street was entered after a door was damaged and a number of low value items were taken.
A van parked on Intake Avenue was entered by unknown means and a tool box containing tools was taken. The theft occurred sometime between Tuesday and Thursday. May 15 and 17.
Overnight on Thursday, May 10, the door of a filling station on Leeming Lane North was broken open and a number of vehicle batteries stolen.
A works van parked on Kingsley Avenue was damaged during the week, at an exact time and date not known, in a possible attempt to gain entry.
A property under renovation on Mappleton Drive was broken into after a rear window was forced open overnight on Wednesday, May 9. A number of tools were taken from the premises.
On Monday afternoon, May 14, eggs and other food items were thrown at a car parked on Butler Crescent after a verbal argument.
Two glass panels in the door of a house on Pickard Street were pushed out in the early hours of Tuesday morning, May 15, although entry was not gained.
On Saturday evening, May 12, a motorcycle was stolen from a named offender on Blake Crescent.
In the early hours of Saturday morning, May 12, the wing mirror of a car parked on Houfton Road was deliberately smashed.
On Saturday, May 12, CCTV captured images of a male offender, walking a dog, who deliberately caused damage to the wing mirror of a car parked on Recreation Street.
A male was driving a quad bike along Northfield Lane and caused chippings to fly upward. The chippings caused a number of scratches on a van parked on the street.
In the early hours of Saturday morning, May 12, an attempt was made to break into a house on Crow Hill Drive. An offender smashed the glass in the door, possibly to see if the key was in the door. The key had not been left in the door and entry was not gained.
Overnight on Thursday, May 9, a car parked on Norfolk Drive was broken into after a side window was smashed. An overnight bag was taken.
The rear number plate was stolen from a vehicle parked on Crow Hill Drive. The offence was witnessed on Monday, May 14, at 11am.
On Friday, May 11, a car parked on Norfolk Drive was damaged, offenders smashed the windscreen.
Overnight on Saturday, May 12, outbuildings on Forest Road were broken into and a number of items taken including generators and chainsaws.
Also overnight on Saturday, May 12, the shed of another property on Forest Road was also broken into after the door was forced open and a hedge trimmer was stolen.