DON’T WAIT TO CANCEL STOLEN CARDS
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.