More Crimes in Bramcote and Stapleford

Chris Archer (Police, PCSO 4662, Stapleford (Broxtowe South) writes: Following the previous Alert regarding burglaries that have happened in the Bramcote area, the following crimes have also been reported in the Stapleford Policing area over the last weekend:

A van has been broken into on Warren Avenue Stapleford and tools have been stolen.

Two vans have attempted to be broken into on Brookhill Street Stapleford. Nothing was taken during the incidents however both have had their windows smashed.

A van has had its windows smashed on New Eatons Road Stapleford.

A shed has been broken into on Pasture Road Stapleford and bikes have been stolen.

A van has been stolen from Furlong Close Stapleford.

A van has been broken into on Chesham Drive Bramcote. The offenders were disturbed by a secondary alarm which the owner had fitted to his van and so nothing was stolen.

A vehicle has had its number plates stolen from it on Clarehaven Stapleford.

Two properties have had their garages broken into on Sandy Lane Bramcote. A bike and other items have been stolen during these two offences.

Enquiries are ongoing in relation to these offences and we would ask that if you have any information which you think may be relevant to any of these to call 101.

For additional home security advice please refer to our Securing your home guide. Further crime prevention guides can be found on our website http://www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/crime-prevention-guides

Officers from the local Neighbourhood Policing teams, Response teams and other officers will be continuing to conduct patrols in the cluster area to reassure residents and deter any potential further offences.
If you would like any further help or advice please call Nottinghamshire Police on 101 or visit our website: www.nottinghamshire.police.uk

If you have information about any crime or see anyone acting suspiciously in your area please call Nottinghamshire Police on 101. Please call this at the time which you see the incident happening and not a number of hours afterwards.

In an emergency, for example where life is in danger or a crime is in progress please call 999.

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