A WOMAN was captured on CCTV using a stolen credit card for fuel at a Floreat service station after a Mitsubishi station wagon was stolen from a Glenelg Street, Mt Hawthorn about 2pm on October 30.
Sergeant Paul Vojkovich said police were investigating if the car theft was linked to a burglary where a laptop, passports and mobile phone were taken from another home in the street about the same time that day.
The woman (pictured) was described as being in her early 20s, with dark-dyed hair in a bun, wearing a blue t-shirt and dark scarf, maroon skinny-style jeans and brown sandals.
The white, 1999-model Magna station wagon, registration 1BBN022 has not been recovered, and two men known to police arrested about 3pm near Glenelg Street were later released without charges.
SEVERAL cars have been damaged by a man jumping on their roofs at 475 Murray Street about 10.35pm on September 30.
Police said the man walked up and jumped on the roofs before damaging another vehicle by ripping off a side mirror.
The damage bill was estimated about $800.
The man was described as Caucasian, 20-30, slight receding hair line with long hair at the back.
POLICE boarded a bus on Wanneroo Road to arrest northern suburbs’ girls who allegedly stole 64 cans of pre-mixed drinks from a Charles Street bottle shop about 7.10pm on October 30.
“The bus was stopped near London Street,” Sergeant Paul Vojkovich said.
Girls aged 13 and 16, and two aged 17, were charged with stealing.
They will be summonsed to appear at Perth Children’s Court at a later date.