LOOK OUT, DANGEROUS DRIVERS
ON January 12, a blue Hyundai Getz pulled up in the car park of the Boating Camping Fishing store in Belmont. Two women entered the store. One selected an Arc battery pack valued at $599 from the shelves. A man, who was waiting in the car, approached the front counter and started talking to the sales assistant. The sales assistant heard the beeper activate at the doors and turned to see the woman leaving with the Arc pack in her hand. The sales assistant attempted to go after her but the male blocked her way. The woman loaded the Arc pack into the car and they left. They were last seen heading towards the city on Abernethy Road. Police have released a CCTV image of a man and two women who they believe can assist them with their inquiries. The man is described as darkskinned, 20-30-years-old, 183cm- WA Police will target dangerous driving this month, with operations at Perth intersections, and focusing on motorcyclists. Last year, 37 per cent of all people killed in crashes on WA roads were vulnerable road users, including motorcyclists and two passengers, pedestrians, cyclists and gopher, scooter and trail bike riders. Police will enforce road rules that relate to behaviours which increase the risks faced by vulnerable road users. We will focus on drivers who place vulnerable road users at risk, and also the behaviour of motorcyclists, cyclists and pedestrians who disobey road rules. Police will target drunk and drug-affected drivers, dangerous, disqualified and distracted drivers. Our message is that there is never an excuse for poor driver behaviour. 185cm tall, and skinny, with shortshaven hair. He was wearing a green or blue T-shirt, patterned board shorts and white runners. The first woman is described as dark-skinned, 20-30-years-old, 168cm and skinny, with long, dark, straight hair. She was wearing a purple singlet and black pants. The second woman is described as dark-skinned, 25-35-years-old and with a large build and dark hair. She was wearing a blue Adidas Tshirt with a pink motif and black pants. If you know the identity of these people or have any information about this offence make a report online or call Crime Stoppers. Please quote reference number 7572. ■ BELMONT Police impounded a Holden Cruze last week. The car will be impounded for 28 days. Belmont police are reminding people not to drive without a licence.
On January 27, a man entered the drive-through section of the Mt Henry Tavern bottle shop about 9.30pm. After wandering around the store, he removed a carton of Jack Daniels from the self-serve fridges and ran from the store into a waiting car. Police believe the man pictured can assist with in- quiries. He is described as light-skinned, thin, about 180cm tall and in his 20s with straight brown hair, moustache and unshaven. He was wearing a dark hooded jumper with grey sleeves and blue jeans. Call Crime Stoppers and quote reference 7570.
VICTORIA PARK Early on Thursday morning, a 2012 Mercedes was stolen from East Victora Park. Police are looking for help to locate it. Registration: 1EBI295
- Commander Craig Donaldson