HELP US STOP THE BABY SCRIBBLERS
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.