QUICK ACTION CAN HELP POLICE
IF you see any suspicious behaviour in your local area, ensure you call 131 444 or your local policing team as soon as possible. This will help us locate an offender or do a patrol of the area quickly. With the help of a caller, we recently arrested a man who was smashing car windows. CCTV footage from the Byford incident.
BYFORD POLICE are appealing to the public or information after a vehicle used to allegedly take petrol without paying in Byford was allegedly used in another offence. About 2.30am on February 2, a man pulled up at a service station in Byford in a silver Holden sedan. He got out of the car and filled up the vehicle with Premium petrol, put the pump back on the bowser, got back in the vehicle and drove away without paying. Inquiries have revealed a vehicle with the same plates allegedly evaded police in the Withers area on January 8. The car was last seen travelling on Bussell Highway towards Capel. The plates on the vehicle were false. The man is described as light-skinned, 30-35 years old, about 180cm tall with short brown curly hair and wearing long pants with a belt. He has distinctive tattoos on his left forearm and writing across his back between the shoulder blades. Police have released CCTV images of a man who they believe can assist them with their inquiries. Call Crime Stoppers and quote 8411.
LANGFORD POLICE are searching for a man who might be able to assist with enquiries into a stolen card allegedly used to commit fraud. Between 6.30-7am on December 31 , a man on a bicycle was seen smashing the passenger window of a vehicle on Champlin Way in Ferndale. The man rode off after removing a wallet from inside the vehicle. A short time later, a credit card from inside the wallet was used to fraudulently purchase items from a Langford convenience store. The man is described as dark-skinned, 20-25 years of age, about 170cm tall with a mous- tache and a thin build.
– Senior Sergeant Glenn Dowding
Police want to speak to this man.