Crimes reported over the past seven days.
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Theft of motor vehicle
Between 6.00pm on Wednesday 22 and 2.00am on Thursday 23 November in Southwell Close, Kirkby in Ashfield, a silver Skoda car was stolen.
Between 8.00pm on Wednesday 22 and 1.00am on Thursday 23 November in Warwick Close, Kirkby in Ashfield, a Honda VT750 motorbike, left unlocked, was stolen. It was recovered later.
Around 2.39pm on Saturday 25 November in Glenside, Kirkby in Ashfield, A Skoda Fabia car, left with engine running to warm up, was stolen. It was found and recovered later that day.
Around 8.38pm on Tuesday 28 November in Southwell Close, Kirkby in Ashfield, a silver Peugeot car was stolen while the driver was making a delivery.
Theft from motor vehicle
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At 7.48pm on Sunday 26 November at Felley Priory, Underwood, a Voodoo cycle left unattended on a road near the Dog and Quail Public House was stolen. It was seen being wheeled alongside a small blue car.
Around 12.57pm on Friday 24 November in the Ashfield Precinct, Kirkby in Ashfield, in the car park of the Morrisons Supermarket cafe three males tried to steal a moped from it’s owner, throwing a shopping trolley towards him. They were all white , Average height 5-08”, one in black clothing and a black mask, one in a dark green puffer type coat. One also had a man bag.
Around 10.04 on Friday 24 November in Spruce Grove, Kirkby in Ashfield, a male wearing light blue joggers and a grey balaclava smashed a window and ran off towards the main road.
Around 9.09pm on Saturday 25 November in Pye Hill Road, Jacksdale, two males one wearing a mask, threw stones at a property breaking a downstairs and an upstairs window.
Around 9.00pm on Friday 24 November in Lathkill Drive, Selston, a group of five or six teenage boys aged around 14/15 years, were banging on the door and windows of a property, this was the fifth time this evening.
Around 5.30pm on Saturday 25 November in Lathkill Drive, Selston, report of four boys banging on the windows of a property. The owner managed to take a picture of the boys and later two returned and apologised.
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If so, please contact the Ashfield District Neighbourhood Policing Team by e-mail at ashfieldNPT@Notts.Police.uk or you can contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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