KEEP THE CALLS TO POLICE COMING
TWO women entered the Liquorland Store on Belgravia Street on Monday, December 8. The first was believed to have put two bottles of alcohol into her handbag and approached staff asking about another item while the second took a bottle. Police have released these images of women they believe can assist with inquiries. The first is described as oliveskinned, about 25 years old, 165cm and slim with light brown curly hair. She was wearing black shorts and a white tank top. The second woman is described as dark-skinned, about 18 years old and solidly built, with dark hair tied in a bun. ENGAGEMENT between police and the community has proved to be very beneficial in recent times. Numerous reports made by members of the public have been put to good use resulting in the execution of various search warrants for items such as illicit drugs and stolen property. The information provided allowed police to act in a timely manner and prosecute those involved in criminal activity. The benefits of community involvement in helping police identify and deal with issues in the community cannot be underestimated, and that is why it's very important to report any suspicious behaviour to police, regardless of how insignificant you think it may be. She was wearing white shorts and a white tank top. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers and quote reference 7514.
PERTH THOUSANDS of people celebrated Australia Day at numerous events without significant incident, and crowds were well-behaved. Across the State, 87 people were charged with a total of 112 offences including a charge of assault, two of assaulting a police officer, 41 of disorderly behaviour, four of drink driving, and nine of drug-related offences. Police issued 42 liquor and four traffic infringements and 153 move-on notices. ■ POLICE are looking for information on a car stolen from South Perth. Anyone with information about the 2006 blue Bentley Continental convertible with registration 1EEW 883 (pictured above
right) should call 131 444.
CANNINGTON Police need public help in relation to an incident at the Causeway and Riverside Drive intersection heading towards Perth on Saturday, December 6, between 8pm and 9pm. A 32-year-old man driving a white Nissan Pulsar was involved in a road rage incident with the 33year-old female driver of a white Toyota Corolla hatchback where the two lanes merge into one. When traffic stopped both drivers got out of their cars and became involved in a verbal altercation which turned into a physical altercation. The man received a broken wrist
– Belmont Police officer-in-charge Senior Sergeant Peter Arancini