1 CARLISLE A BAG was left on a bus in Carlisle and a credit card inside was used in Bayswater. On Wednesday May 27, about midday, a women’s handbag was accidentally left on a bus on route number 99 in Carlisle. Inside the bag were numerous property items including a credit card. Within 20 minutes, the card was used fraudulently in Bayswater to buy goods at several stores in the Bayswater area. Police have released a CCTV image of a woman who they believe can assist them with their inquiries. The woman is described as dark skinned, long dark hair in a bun, about 20-30 years of age, solid build and wearing a black sweatshirt with "FILA" across the front and black knee-length shorts. 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, where all calls are strictly confidential, and rewards are offered. Please quote Reference Number 7758.
2 ST JAMES POLICE stopped a vehicle in Berwick St, St James on Thursday, July 9 and spoke to a man and a woman. A search of the vehicle and the driver and passenger result in police seizing a quantity of methamphetamine and a large amount of allegedly stolen mail. The mail was allegedly stolen from homes and businesses in the West Perth and Crawley areas. The male driver has been charged with no authority to drive, possession of a prohibited drug and stealing and receiving. A female passenger has also been charged with possessing a prohibited drug.
3 COMO POLICE questioned the driver of a car which was parked on Manning Road and Hay St in Como. After speaking to the driver they found 210 grams of cannabis and $350. Police searched the man’s house and found more cannabis. The man has been charged with intent to supply and sell a prohibited
4 EAST VICTORIA PARK THE East Victoria Park policing team conducted an operation at the Park Shopping Centre in East Victoria Park last week and charged five people with stealing from supermarkets. One man was charged with assault and intent to obstruct and resist police and another person has been charged with possessing a prohibited drug. The team patrolled the shopping centre last week after reports of stealing, suspicious and anti-social behaviour. Kensington Police will continue to target major shopping centres to combat crime in coming months.