PRO­TECT YOUR REG­IS­TRA­TION PLATES

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Street Watch -

A MAN and woman worked in uni­son to steal al­co­hol from a liquor store in Vic­to­ria Park. At 10.50am on Sun­day, Septem­ber 21, a man en­tered a liquor store on Al­bany High­way and ap­proached the counter. Po­lice said he cre­ated a dis­trac­tion, which al­lowed a woman to en­ter the store and se­lect two bot­tles of Jim Beam from the shelf and leave the store, mak­ing no at­tempt to pay for them. The man then left the store soon after. Po­lice have re­leased a CCTV im­age of two peo­ple (above) who they be­lieve can as­sist them with their in­quiries. PO­LICE are still re­ceiv­ing re­ports about reg­is­tra­tion plates be­ing stolen from mo­tor ve­hi­cles. While this may seem like a mi­nor mat­ter, the op­po­site is in fact the case. More of­ten than not, the stolen plates are placed on a dif­fer­ent ve­hi­cle and then that ve­hi­cle is used to en­gage in var­i­ous crim­i­nal ac­tiv­i­ties. A sim­ple but ef­fec­tive method of re­duc­ing the chance of your plates be­ing stolen is to have spe­cial fas­ten­ers at­tached that make it very dif­fi­cult for the plate to be re­moved, un­less you have the ap­pro­pri­ate tool (most of the ma­jor hard­ware stores carry th­ese items). If you do have your reg­is­tra­tion plates stolen, you should re­port the mat­ter to po­lice im­me­di­ately. Re­mem­ber you can follow Bel­mont Po­lice on Twit­ter: @Bel­mont Pol. – Se­nior Sergeant Peter Arancini Bel­mont Lo­cal Polic­ing Team The man is de­scribed as be­ing dark­skinned of solid build with short brown hair with a beard. He was wear­ing a che­quered but­ton-up shirt and was car­ry­ing a black back­pack. The woman is de­scribed as be­ing dark skinned, of large build with medium-length dark brown hair. She was wear­ing a pink shirt, three-quar­ter length denim jeans and black thongs. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion can make a re­port on­line or call Crime Stop­pers on 1800 333 000. Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 7333.

A MAN used two stolen credit cards to buy nearly $1500 worth of items from the Bel­mont Fo­rum shop­ping cen­tre and the East Vic­to­ria Park area. He also at­tempted to pur­chase nearly $1000 worth of items. The credit cards were stolen early on Sun­day, Au­gust 31, from a church in Carlisle and pur­chases were made be­tween 2pm and 3.10pm. Po­lice have re­leased a CCTV im­age of a man they be­lieve can as­sist them with their in­quiries. The man (left) is de­scribed as be­ing dark-skinned, in his early 20s with short, cropped dark hair and of slim build. He wore a pre­dom­i­nantly white hooded jumper with black mark­ings. Call 1800 333 000 with any in­for­ma­tion and quote ref­er­ence num­ber 7335.

THE Ar­son Squad is con­tin­u­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tions into a house fire in Cloverdale that caused $150,000 dam­age. The fire caused con­sid­er­able dam­age to the lounge­room, with smoke dam­age to other parts of the house. The fire be­gan about 11am on Septem­ber 27 in McLarty Street. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion is asked

KENS­ING­TON De­tec­tives are seek­ing in­for­ma­tion lead­ing to the iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of the man (be­low) in relation to an ag­gra­vated bur­glary of­fence that oc­curred in As­cot at 12.30am on Thurs­day, Septem­ber 4. If you have any in­for­ma­tion in relation to the iden­tity of the man, con­tact Crime Stop­pers on 1800 333 000 and quote ref­er­ence num­ber 040914 0110 14153.

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