MOTORISTS ARE TOO IMPATIENT
SPORTSPOWER in Belmont was ram-raided on September 21 about 4.55am. Once the offenders were inside, they stole a large quantity of Everlast jumpers and aWest Coast, St Kilda and Carlton Football guernseys. The vehicle used in the ram raid is described as a dark-coloured hatchback. If you have any information about the offenders, or have any information in relation to the incident, contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Belmont police on 9424 2700 and quote reference number 210914 0540 87921. FOLLOWING several complaints of bad traffic behaviour, Kensington Police conducted targeted early morning operations. What was evident is that many motorists are impatient in traffic and look at other options, several of which are illegal. These included driving on the wrong side of the road, placing oncoming motorists at risk. Several infringements were issued. We need to remind those driving to adhere to the rules and allow enough time for traffic congestion and road works. We will continue to be out and around but urge drivers to be responsible. Follow us on Twitter @KensingtonPol. – Kensington Snr Sgt Ash Goy districts. If you have any information contact police on 131 444 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote incident report number: 010914 1827 88578. Kensington police caught three unlicensed drivers in four days last week and took their cars off the road. They will be continuing their early morning traffic operations.
VICTORIA PARK A 30-year-old man is assist- ing police with inquiries after two green laser pointers, a rifle and several display knives were seized from an East Victoria Park house. Just before 11pm on September 23, the police helicopter was conducting patrols over Beckenham when it was targeted by a green laser beam on numerous occasions. The police helicopter flew towards the area of the laser and using the Forward Looking Infra-red Camera pinpointed the origin of the beam in Basinghall Street. Police on the ground were directed to the area.