RE­PORT SUS­PI­CIOUS BE­HAV­IOUR

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Street Watch -

At about 12.35pm on June 24, a woman push­ing a pink stroller en­tered a sports store at Bel­mont Fo­rum shop­ping cen­tre. After brows­ing around the store she se­lected a pair of men’s shorts val­ued at $45 and put them into a bag she was car­ry­ing. She then left the store, mak­ing no at­tempt to pay for the shorts. A staff mem­ber asked her to show the con­tents of her bag be­fore leav­ing, but she only quickly showed her bag be­fore walk­ing off. Po­lice have re­leased a CCTV im­age of a woman who they be­lieve can help them with their in­quiries. The woman is de­scribed as dark skinned and in her early to mid20s. She had a solid build, brown hair and was wear­ing black pants and a grey Adi­das T-shirt. It is very im­por­tant that mem­bers of the pub­lic re­port any­thing sus­pi­cious or any crime that may be hap­pen­ing in their area. By re­port­ing you are pro­vid­ing valu­able in­for­ma­tion and help­ing po­lice iden­tify hotspots and other ar­eas that may re­quire ad­di­tional po­lice at­ten­tion. Re­port­ing crime can be com­pleted in a va­ri­ety of ways. Th­ese in­clude – but are not limited to – tele­phon­ing your lo­cal po­lice sta­tion, go­ing to your lo­cal po­lice sta­tion and dis­cussing the mat­ter with an of­fi­cer or per­haps call­ing Crime Stop­pers. Ei­ther way the in­for­ma­tion is put to good use. A good way of keep­ing up-to-date on what is hap­pen­ing in your area is to follow your lo­cal po­lice sta­tion on their so­cial me­dia web­site which is usu­ally up­dated on a daily ba­sis.

A stolen credit card was used at Kew­dale ser­vice sta­tion to buy as­sorted items in Au­gust. On Au­gust 8, a bur­glary oc­curred in Seville Grove where a purse was stolen. It had a credit card in it which was used in Kew­dale a few hours later. Po­lice have re­leased CCTV images of a man who they be­lieve can help them with their in­quiries. The man is de­scribed as 17-25 years of age, about 175180cm tall with dark skin. He had a thin build and short black hair. If you know the iden­tity of this per­son or have any in­for­ma­tion about this of­fence, re­port on­line or call Crime Stop­pers on 1800 333 000. Calls are strictly con­fi­den­tial and re­wards are of­fered. Quote Re­fer-

ence Num­ber 7388.

VIC­TO­RIA PARK On Oc­to­ber 29, po­lice ar­rested a woman from Lock­ridge who breached a home de­ten­tion or­der. She had 31 charges out­stand­ing.

Kens­ing­ton Po­lice are re­mind­ing driv­ers that they are con­duct­ing high vis­i­bil­ity pa­trols dur­ing peak time. Play­ing with your mo­bile phone at traf­fic lights will cost you $400 and three de­merit points. ■ On Oc­to­ber 25, 10 thefts from mo­tor ve­hi­cles were re­ported in the Kens­ing­ton po­lice sub-dis­trict. On each oc­ca­sion, the own­ers of the ve­hi­cles had left valu­ables in the car in sight. ■ On Oc­to­ber 24, eight ju­ve­niles led Kens­ing­ton Po­lice on a foot chase when they were spot­ted tres­pass­ing at Kent Street High School. They were caught and had calls made to their par­ents. ■ Three lo­cals have been named as fi­nal­ists in the Po­lice Ex­cel­lence Awards. Con­sta­ble Daniel Grace and Con­sta­ble Paul Sheri­dan, both from South East Metro Re­sponse North, are fi­nal­ists in the in­di­vid­ual cat­e­gory while Kens­ing­ton Po­lice Sta­tion is a fi­nal­ist in the team cat­e­gory for its work on so­cial me­dia.

– Bel­mont Snr Sgt Peter Arancini

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