Crime updates for South Broxtowe

A few updates for you:-

Shed Breaks

Redwood Crescent, Beeston 1900-2100 20/12/2017
Baulk Lane, Stapleford – 1700 19/12/2017 and 0800 20/12/2017

Please can you check your shed security? Now is a great time to do so. Make it difficult for thieves to enter. Please ensure all valuable items in the shed are marked and locked (especially cycles and lawn mowers etc.)

Purse Theft

High Road Beeston – 20/12/2017

Ladies put your handbags across your body and if possible under your coat. Ensure the zip is closed where possible and please do not carry large amounts of money around with you.

If you are shopping, please do not leave your handbag in cars whilst taking shopping trolleys back…take your bag with you.

Theft from Motor Vehicle

Queens Road East – overnight 20 – 21/12/2017 – Tools stolen
Melbourne Rod, Stapleford – 19/12/2017 – 2 handbags stolen

Just a reminder please remove all items from vehicles,

Burglary Dwelling

Ilkeston Road, Stapleford – 19/12/2017
(Images on our Broxtowe South Facebook page – please take a look)

Please ensure all your windows and doors are locked. Don’t leave presents etc on display in your home – close blinds etc where possible.

Broxtowe South Police Beat Team

Message Sent By
Paula Hipkiss (Police, PCSO 7187, Beeston (Broxtowe South)

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About Sue Sambells

Editor of Bramcote Today. Chair of Nottinghamshire Neighbourhood Watch (NottsWatch). Lead Coordinator for RVR, Bramcote - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
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