For February, these were as follow:
- 8 x criminal damage
- 15 x theft from a motor vehicle
- 2 x vehicles found insecure, nothing taken
- 3 x theft of vehicle
- 3 x burglary from a shed
- 1 x burglary from a dwelling
- 1 x theft from outside a dwelling
- 3 x theft from a shop
- 1 x drink driving
Whilst February saw some of the highest reported crime figures to date, the police have now arrested a male on suspicion of carrying out some of the thefts from vehicles. The individual has been remanded in custody.
A second offender who caused criminal damage to Gino’s and The Old Bakehouse on Church Street has agreed to make amends through restorative justice – in other words, apologising and paying for the damage instead of being sentenced.
The police have also confirmed that they’re responding to concerns raised around the use of off road (quad) bikes in the village and are taking action where possible.
For crime prevention advice, please visit www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/advice.