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1 RIVERVALE ON March 7, offenders entered a house on Kooyong Road and stole a motor vehicle and wallet. Between 5.30 and 10am that same morning the victim’s credit card was fraudulently used several times across the Perth metropolitan area to purchase more than $400 worth of items. Police have released CCTV images of two men who they believe can assist them with their inquiries. The first man is described as dark skinned and about 20-25 years old. He was 170-175cm tall with a medium build and was wearing a black singlet, black pants and black Nike shoes. The second man is described as dark skinned with a medium build. He was about 170-175cm tall and was wearing an Arsenal football jersey, black shorts with a white stripe along the side and dark shoes. If you know the identity of these men or have any information about this offence, make a report online or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote reference number 7655.
2 CLOVERDALE ABOUT 12.45pm on March 12, a woman accidently left her debit card behind when she left a restaurant at Belmont Forum shopping centre. Moments later a woman picked up the card and in 15 minutes used it to fraudulently purchase more than $600 worth of items from several stores in the shopping centre. Police have released a CCTV image of a fwoman (right) who they believe can assist them with their inquiries. The woman is described as dark skinned with a medium to large build. She had frizzy hair and was wearing a black T-shirt with ‘83’ on the front. If you know the identity of this person or have any information about this offence make a report online or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote reference number 7651 .
3 REDCLIFFE DO you know who this man is? He was acting suspicious in Redcliffe recently and Belmont Police would like to chat to him. Contact Belmont Police if you know who he is.
4 BURSWOOD DRIVERS were warned to take care when driving down Great Eastern Highway on April 19 as some people were throwing rocks from the overpass in Burswood. This has been an ongoing problem and police continue to deal with it.
POLICE are still receiving complaints of valuables being stolen from vehicles when parked on the street or in car parks of shopping centres. To assist in reducing this type of crime it is imperative that you leave nothing of value in your car, including in the boot. Items that prove particularly appealing to would-be thieves are laptops, wallets, handbags, mobile phones and iPads. Before leaving your car make sure nothing at all is left in plain sight. If you take that little bit of extra time to make sure everything is removed we can make a real difference. – Belmont Police Senior Sergeant Peter Arancini