Fremantle Gazette - - STREET WATCH -

GRAF­FITI (baby scrib­ble) con­tin­ues to be a prob­lem in Fre­man­tle, with many pub­lic spa­ces dam­aged. We con­tinue to fo­cus on this crime and re­cently charged mul­ti­ple ju­ve­niles with dam­age of­fences. This type of crime costs the com­mu­nity mil­lions each year to clean up and po­lice need your help. Po­lice reg­u­larly stop and search peo­ple sus­pected of car­ry­ing items used for graf­fiti, with many not know­ing it can be an of­fence to sim­ply pos­sess these types of items. If you sus­pect or know of any­one com­mit­ting this type of of­fence, we want to know. Fre­man­tle of­fi­cer in charge Brad War­bur­ton

FRE­MAN­TLE po­lice want to iden­tify the woman pic­tured, who they be­lieve can help them with fraud in­ci­dents. Po­lice said a man had stolen a wal­let from a car out­side a White Gum Val­ley home, with the vic­tim’s stolen credit cards used through­out the Bea­cons­field area. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion into the theft or fraud, or who can iden­tify the woman, is asked to call Crime Stop­pers. FRE­MAN­TLE de­tec­tives have charged a man in re­gards to an in­ci­dent in Fen­ton Way on Sat­ur­day, Septem­ber 2, be­tween 8.30am and 9pm. Po­lice al­lege

that be­cause of the in­ci­dent a 22-year-old man was ad­mit­ted to Fiona Stan­ley Hospi­tal with se­ri­ous head in­juries. The 23year-old Ore­lia man has been charged with breach­ing a vi­o­lence re­strain­ing or­der and griev­ous bod­ily harm. De­tec­tives are still in­ves­ti­gat­ing the in­ci­dent and are ask­ing any­one with in­for­ma­tion to call Crime Stop­pers. FRE­MAN­TLE po­lice are ask­ing for the pub­lic’s help to iden­tify the man pic­tured who they be­lieve can help them with in­quiries into an in­ci­dent where a per­son stole a bike from the Fre­man­tle train sta­tion. DE­TEC­TIVES are ask­ing for the pub­lic’s help as they con­tinue in­ves­ti­ga­tions into an armed rob­bery on Thurs­day, Au­gust 17. At 12.47am, a man en­tered a South Lake petrol sta­tion, threat­ened a staff mem­ber with a knife and de­manded cash. When he re­ceived the money, he left on foot. The man is de­scribed as hav­ing a slim build with dark brown hair and about 170cm tall with blue eyes. He was wear­ing grey Ever­last track pants, a flo­ral ban­dana cov­er­ing the lower part of his face, a high vis­i­bil­ity long-sleeve top and a black jumper with a grey hoodie.

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