Asher Lane Parkers Beware!

Motorists who leave their cars down Asher Lane whilst visiting Rushcliffe Country Park are being warned about a spate of recent vehicle break-ins there.

PC Kelly Carlile of Rushcliffe Police advises: “There has been an increase in thefts from motor vehicles parked on Asher Lane. On most occasions items have been left on display. We will be increasing patrols in an effort to catch/deter the suspects. But can we take this opportunity to remind people not to leave items of value in the car and on show.”

Nevertheless, the total of 14 reported crimes in Ruddington for August is actually four less than the month before.

The full list of AUGUST 2019 Ruddington incidents is below:

6th       After the victim dropped her purse, an unknown person found it, did not return it, and used the card.

More vandalism at GCRN

8th       Further damage was reported at the Heritage Centre where windows were broken on some carriages.

9th      A suspect entered Sainsbury’s, took two bottles of wine and left without making payment.

11/14/15th  Three cars were broken into on these three dates whilst parked on Asher Lane. Handbags were taken from inside and bank cards were subsequently used.

16th    Damage caused to a window on a property on Leys Road by unknown means.

17th    A suspect entered Sainsbury’s, took four bottles of red wine and left without making payment.

23rd    A vehicle filled up with £61 of fuel at Loughborough Road filling station and left without making payment.

24/25/26th  Four vehicle over these three dates were broken into whilst on Asher Lane and various items stolen after entry was forced.

29th      Rogue traders called at a property on Old Road and were paid for work they did not complete.

31st       A car parked on Ling Crescent was broken into by the window being smashed and a satnav was stolen.

If you have information about any of these incidents, saw something suspicious, or may have captured CCTV footage that could help, you’re asked to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101 – or you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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