KEEP GARAGES CLOSED TO FOIL THIEVES
IN the last couple of months, there has been a continuation of stealing from garages and open garages. Opportunistic thieves are still out there operating. Always keep cars locked and garages closed. – Morley police officer-in-charge Tony Vuleta
Gang Crime Squad detectives are appealing for information to assist with their investigation into a fire at a tattoo parlour in Beaconsfield on Wednesday, May 9.
Police said that just after 1am, three people smashed a hole in the front window of the tattoo parlour on South Street. They threw accelerant through the hole and set it alight. The fire caused extensive damage to the building.
Detectives would like to speak to anyone who lives in the area or was in the area who has dash cam footage, or who may have seen any suspicious people, vehicles or activity in the area at the time of the fire.
Anyone with information please contact Crime Stoppers.
Regional investigation unit officers are attempting to locate the owners of property seized during a search warrant at a house in Fremantle on Wednesday, May 16.
The items are distinctive and should be easily recognisable by the owners. Some items are shown above, right. If you recognise these images please contact Detective Constable Luke Smith at the Regional Investigation Unit.
The ■ male pictured below may be able to assist police inquiries in relation to a stealing incident that occurred in the Fremantle Central Business District on Sunday May 20.
The male is described as dark skinned, between 50-60 years of age, slim build, long messy black hair, had a fern leaf tattoo under his left eye and was wearing a black fleece jacket, blue jeans and white runners at the time of the incident.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers or Fremantle police and quote the incident report number 200518 0745 12905 .