DON’T WAIT TO CAN­CEL STOLEN CARDS

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Street Watch -

BEL­MONT Lo­cal Polic­ing Team were con­duct­ing an op­er­a­tion tar­get­ing vol­ume crime in and around Bel­mont CBD re­cently.

Act­ing on in­for­ma­tion, the of­fi­cers lo­cated a per­son of in­ter­est re­gard­ing a stealing of­fence from a Bun­nings store.

He was ar­rested and taken to Bel­mont Po­lice Sta­tion.

His car was also found with a sub­stan­tial amount of stolen power tools, man­ual tools, jew­ellery, fish­ing equip­ment and other items inside.

The man, from Burns Beach, will ap­pear in a court in the next month charged with giv­ing false par­tic­u­lars, three counts of stealing and three counts of pos­sess­ing stolen or un­law­fully ob­tained prop­erty.

■ Po­lice are ask­ing for help in iden­ti­fy­ing the man pic­tured (right). If you can help, con­tact Bel­mont po­lice on 9424 2700. LO­CAL po­lice are see­ing more stealing from parked ve­hi­cles be­ing bro­ken into around the fore­shore carparks; prop­erty be­ing stolen from sport­ing chang­e­rooms and club­houses left in­se­cure; and wal­lets/purses re­moved from trol­leys in shop­ping cen­tres. On many oc­ca­sions the stolen credit cards are quickly used by the of­fend­ers via Pay Pass and other means. Please en­sure all valu­ables are re­moved from parked ve­hi­cles. We are still see­ing re­ports of ex­pen­sive items reg­u­larly stolen, pro­vid­ing of­fend­ers with in­stant suc­cess and re­ward. Fur­ther­more if your cards are mis­placed or lost, do not wait for them to reap­pear. Can­cel them. They may have al­ready been used by oth­ers. Fol­low us on Twit­ter @Kens­ing­tonPol. - Se­nior Sergeant Ash Goy

VIC­TO­RIA PARK ON Fe­bru­ary 17, a man was ar­rested for as­sault­ing a bus driver on Kent Street.

VIC­TO­RIA PARK PA­TRONS din­ing on the Al­bany High­way restau­rant strip are be­ing asked to keep an eye on their hand­bags and other valu­able items. In the last few weeks, there have been mul­ti­ple re­ports of items be­ing stolen.

KARAWARA KENS­ING­TON Po­lice are look­ing for wit­nesses to an as­sault that oc­curred on Fe­bru­ary 16.

About 4.40pm, two women were as­saulted on Walana Drive.

The per­son of in­ter­est is de­scribed as a dark-skinned woman about 40 years old.

Any in­for­ma­tion to Kens­ing­ton Po­lice on 9474 7555.

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