Teen arrested after breaking into 'Batman's Manor'

A teenager has been arrested after breaking into Batman's Manor.

Officers were called to Wollaton Hall in Nottingham just after 9.10pm on Saturday (21 December) after a window was smashed.

Within 30 minutes a 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of burglary.

He remains in police custody.

A quantity of cash from a charity donation box is believed to have been stolen during the incident.

The iconic building was used as Wayne Manor in the 2012 film The Dark Knight Rises.

A window was smashed after teen breaking into Wollaton Hall. Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Nottinghamshire Police is urging anyone with any information about the incident or the stolen charity donation box to call on 101, quoting incident number 992 of 21 December.

"We believe that peoples' homes and businesses are places where they should feel safest - so a break-in at Wollaton Hall, the home of Batman and one of the city's best-loved properties, is something we take incredibly seriously.

Nottinghamshire Police, Detective Inspector Neil Humphris:

We’re pleased with the prompt action taken and naturally disappointed about the damage caused to the hall by the break-in.

Nottingham City Council, Nigel Hawkins:

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