Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South) writes:
Theft from Motor Vehicle
21/06/2017 – Suffolk Avenue, Beeston – Vehicle entered and items stolen from within.
21/06/2017 – Willoughby Street, Beeston – Vehicle entered and tools stolen.
22/06/2017 – Hawthorne Avenue, Stapleford – Vehicle entered and items stolen from within.
23- 24/06/2017 – Wollaton Road – vehicle entered and items stolen.
23 – 25/06/2017 – Linden Grove, Beeston – Reg plates stolen.
24/06/2017 –Wollaton Road, Beeston – Vehicle entered and money stolen from within.
24/06/2017 – Gayrigg Court, Chilwell – vehicle entered and documents stolen.
25/06/2017 – Cliff Grove Avenue, Beeston – vehicle entered and items stolen from within.
25/06/2017 – Robinette Road, Beeston – vehicle entered, nothing stolen on this occasion.
20 – 21/06/2017 – Alexandra Street, Stapleford – 2 cycles stolen from within a garden.
22/06/2017 – Furlong Close, Stapleford – Garden shed break, cycle, pitt bike and braker stolen from within.
23/06/2017 – Beeston Train Station – saddle stolen from cycle.
23/06/2017 – Beeston Train Station – orange Saracen cycle stolen.
26/06/2017 – Lidl car park – red and ad black Broadman cycle stolen.
12-24/06/2017 – Stapleford Road, Trowell – shed entered, tools and 3 cycles stolen.
24/06/2017 – Moorfield Court, Stapleford – Piaggio Zip Motorbike stolen.
Theft of Motor Vehicle
23/06/2017 – Ilkeston Road, Stapleford – Silver Yamaha motorbike stolen.
22/06/2017 – Selside Court, Chilwell.
24/06/2017 – Copeland Avenue, Stapleford
As you can see we have had quite a few vehicles entered. Please remove all items of value from within your vehicle. Please make sure you also remove loose change kept around the dashboard for parking fees/trolleys etc.
Please ensure cycles are locked, even in shed/garages where possible. Although the D lock can be heavier it is more substantial and difficult to bolt crop.
Please use a closed shackle lock on sheds, again it makes it more difficult to bolt crop.
If you do see anyone acting suspiciously in the area in which you live, please ring us.
Broxtowe South Cluster Neighbourhood Policing Team
Source: Broxtowe Community email.