As some of you may be aware we have had a spate of burglaries across the Broxtowe South Area recently.
A 27-year-old man is due to appear in court in connection with ten burglaries across Nottingham throughout May 2018, including nine at Beeston addresses.
The arrest follows the introduction of two dedicated burglary teams, for the city and the county, after the Chief Constable Craig Guildford reinforced his commitment to tackling issues locally, including burglary.
Please remain vigilant, especially with the nicer weather and ensure your doors and windows are locked, even if you are in the garden.
We are still experiencing bike theft in the area sadly. We are still finding bikes locked with a D locks are harder to crop.
Shed breaks are still occurring across the cluster. Mark all valuable with your postcode and house no. Lock items together to an anchor point if possible. Where possible change the hinges to your shed with strap hinges secured by coach bolts. Consider fitting a battery operated shed alarm. We do have some advice leaflets at Beeston Police Station if you are passing please feel free to pick one up.
For your information we also have a new Inspector at Beeston Police Station covering the Broxtowe South Cluster. Inspector Simon Riley joined us at the beginning of May 2018.
With best wishes
Broxtowe South Neighbourhood Policing Team.