street watch

Guardian Express - - STREET WATCH -


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.


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.

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