Subjects: Police matters
Two arrested following business ram raids
Police managed to intercept a stolen van that was used as a battering ram during a succession of burglaries. Two suspects were arrested after cops caught up with two vehicles – one of which was taken during a break-in minutes earlier.
Appeal after security guard held hostage during aggravated burglary
A security guard was held hostage and assaulted during an aggravated burglary at a business premises. He was confronted by three masked men before he was punched to the head and manhandled onto a chair. He spent around three hours in the office being guarded by the offenders while others came onto the site and stole various items of equipment.
Tagging project sees drop in reoffending
Neighbourhood crime reoffending rates have gone down in Nottinghamshire as a result of a successful tagging project. Nottinghamshire Police is one of the pilot forces for the government-funded Electronic Monitoring Acquisitive Crime Project.
Teen in court after police shut down County Lines operation
A teenager has appeared in court after police shut down a suspected County Lines operation. Teams from across Nottinghamshire Police worked together on an operation to disrupt suspected drug dealing in the Arnold and Bestwood areas.
Police appeal after suspicious incident
Officers are carrying out extensive enquiries after a report an 11-year-old girl was walking to school when a black van pulled over to the side of the road and a man told her to get in. The incident happened in Arnold Lane, Gedling, at around 8am on Wednesday (30 November 2022).
Man jailed for 'catalogue of violence' against woman
A violent man stubbed out a cigarette on a woman’s head and bit her as part of a series of 'demonic' attacks. John Chittock subjected the woman to a 'catalogue of violence' - assaulting her multiple times between March and June 2022.
Grieving wife of drink-drive victim makes heartbreaking plea
A woman who lost her husband in a collision caused by a drink-driver has urged people not to be the person responsible for destroying a family. Mark Osborne, 48, was killed when his motorbike was clipped by a swerving van on the A60, near Arnold, in July last year.
Women and girls to be offered safe haven by shops
Women, girls, and anyone who feels they are in danger will be able to seek safety in shops as part of a new scheme to help people in danger. Up to twenty-five businesses could take part in the Safe Space scheme which is being rolled out across Warsop.
CCTV appeal following wallet theft
Officers investigating a wallet theft have released an image of a man they’d like to speak to. The owner first realised his wallet was missing after returning home from a visit to Asda in Radford Road, Hyson Green.
Two arrested following attack on man
Two suspects have been arrested after a man was assaulted in Nottingham city centre. The man was walking in Upper Parliament Street with a woman and child when he was approached a group of people.
'Nottingham Space' brings home devastating impact of knife crime
The heart-breaking accounts of Nottinghamshire families who lost loved ones to knife crime will be added to an award-winning workshop. In a series of candid videos, mothers, sisters, a father and a daughter open up about their devastation - in the hope their experiences bring the reality of knife crime closer to home and prevent any more Nottinghamshire families going through the same ordeal.
Two arrests after van reported stolen
Two people have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit theft, after police found a van that had been reported stolen. Officers located the white Mercedes-Benz Sprinter in Top Valley – approximately 30 minutes after it was reported stolen from Leeming Street, Mansfield, at 11.30am on Tuesday (29 November).
Disgruntled worker attacked boss in layby
A disgruntled pizza delivery driver attacked and robbed his boss after he had earlier told him he was unfit for work. Self-employed Jabbram Hussain followed the victim as he drove home from work on the night of 3 October 2022.
Suspect in custody after series of break-ins
Police investigating a series of break-ins in the Mansfield area have arrested a suspect. Officers were alerted to a series of offences yesterday (Tuesday) in Mansfield Woodhouse – in Leam Glen, Leeming Lane South, Arun Dale, Candlemass Court and Richmond Drive.
Man charged after cops sniff out cannabis grow
A suspect is due in court after neighbourhood officers sniffed out a cannabis grow. Members of the Worksop Neighbourhood Policing Team smelled the Class B drug coming from a property in Sime Street and noticed the property had all its blinds closed.
Drone leads officers to hiding suspects
Two suspects were arrested after they were spotted hiding in a back garden by a police drone.
CCTV appeal following building fire
Police investigating a building fire have released an image of a woman they believe could have important information. Officers were called to Newcastle Street, Mansfield, after receiving reports a derelict building was on fire.
Appeal after man threatened by burglar armed with knife
Detectives are appealing for information after a resident was threatened by a burglar armed with a knife. The victim was asleep when a burglar entered the property in All Saints' Street, Nottingham city, at around 1.40am on Tuesday (29 November 2022).
#MISSING | Have you seen missing Sam?
#MISSING | Have you seen missing Sam?
We are concerned for his safety and urgently want to hear from anyone who has seen him.
Sam was last seen in the Basford area at around 4.30pm on 29th November.
He is around 5ft 10ins tall. He has short brown hair and was last seen wearing a blue Tommy Hilfiger T-shirt, grey North Face joggers and white trainers.
Sam is believed to be in a Silver F