MAKE SURE CELEBRATIONS ARE SAFE
Police and community groups will be working together to maximise the safety and security of about 8000 school leavers this month. There will be Leavers Entertainment Zones at Dunsborough and Rottnest for safe and positive environments, and non-profit group Red Frogs will again provide support. This year, there is an app – www.facebook.com/leaverswa2017/ – for both parents and leavers. For the safety of other leavers and the public, police will not tolerate anti-social behaviour and drink or drugaffected driving. We, with hundreds of volunteers, work hard to provide a safe celebration for leavers after their hard work at school. We ask leavers to look out for themselves and their friends, be respectful and behave appropriately. - Assistant Commissioner Craig Ward
POLICE are still searching for a man who used a marker pen to scribble on a ticket machine at Whitfords train station more than three months ago. The offender entered the station about 6.20pm on August 6. He vandalised the screen of the machine before making more scribbles on the toilet block wall. Officers believe the man pictured may be able to help with inquiries. If you recognise him, make a report to Crime Stoppers with reference number 8680.
DO you recognise these men? Police wish to speak with them in relation to an incident in Landsdale about 8.30am on October 28. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers with reference number 16202.
POLICE have released images of a man wanted over a criminal damage offence in Madeley nearly two months ago. The offence happened at Kingsway Sporting Complex on September 9 about 1pm. Anyone with information is urged to call Warwick police station on 9246 8355. Quote reference number 89296.