1 NORTH PERTH
A THIEF entered a Blake Street home between 11am and noon on September 1. Sergeant Paul Vojkovich said the thief entered through an unlocked front door. An Acer laptop and a Samsung digital tablet were taken.
A THIEF was able to get into a Richmond Street home and take a television overnight on September 6. It is suspected the thief entered by using a sliding door on the side of the home. The television was valued at about $2500.
3 MT HAWTHORN
A MAN is being sought for an obscene act he performed on a bus on Scarborough Beach Road about 9.30am on April 14. Police said the man was near the rear of the bus when he performed the act, which was caught on CCTV. Pornographic material was found by the bus driver at the end of his shift. The man was seen getting off the bus just before the intersection of Selby Street North and Scarborough Beach Road, Osborne Park. He was described as light skinned, aged 45-55, with short dark hair and a full, greying beard. He wore a light green singlet and jean shorts.
A DIANELLA resident lost more than $6000 worth of electronics after his house was broken into on August 29. Rob Firns said a bag with two video cameras, an iPhone, computers and children’s digital video tapes was stolen from his property on The Strand. “I was at work when my motherin-law called me and told me she found our passports at Halliday Park in Morley,” he said. Mr Firns said while the video tapes were not expensive, they held some sentimental value for his children. Morley Police Acting Senior Sergeant Daniel Acres said Mr Firns could monitor online shopping outlets for his electronics. “Forensics attended the scene but did not find any evidence,” he said.