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Police release CCTV image after Mapperley Park home is burgled following theft of keys from van

The victim’s home was broken into hours after a bag containing keys and personal items was stolen from his van.


Police investigating a burglary in Mapperley Park have released this CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to.

The victim’s home was broken into hours after a bag containing keys and personal items was stolen from his van.

He was unloading the vehicle outside a shop in in Foxhall Road, Forest Fields, at around 4.10pm on 2 August 2023, when he was approached by a man asking if the shop sold a brand of cigarettes.

The victim later discovered his bag, which also contained cash, had been taken from the front of his van.

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After returning home, he discovered items including further cash, a television and jewellery had been stolen from the property in Lucknow Court, Mapperley Park.

Officers have been carrying out an investigation of the incident and analysing CCTV footage from both locations.

They are now in a position to release an image of someone they would like to speak to.

Police Constable Kerry Sansom, of Nottinghamshire Police, said:

“If anyone recognises the man in this image they should get in touch with police immediately.

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“We understand the impact any burglary can have on victims, family members and the wider community and are determined to get justice for the victim in this case.”

Anyone with any information should contact police on 101, quoting incident number 493 of 2 August 2023, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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