LOCK YOUR DOORS EVEN IF YOU’RE HOME

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Street Watch -

WE have re­ceived re­ports of a num­ber of break-ins in the south­ern sub­urbs, in­clud­ing one re­port of bur­glars be­friend­ing a dog and lock­ing it in a room while they ran­sacked the house. The bur­glars gained ac­cess to the house through a doggy door and then stole nu­mer­ous items. We are also re­ceiv­ing re­ports of thieves gain­ing ac­cess to houses through un­locked front doors while the own­ers are out in the back yard. If you are out in the back yard, please re­mem­ber to lock your front door. Just be­cause you are home does not mean peo­ple will not break in and steal items. Please be vig­i­lant and if you find some­body in your house, do not in­ter­act with them or try to take mat­ters into your own hands and if you feel you are in im­me­di­ate dan­ger please call 000. – Act­ing Se­nior Sergeant Roberta Robert­son Act­ing Of­fi­cer in Charge, Kens­ing­ton Po­lice Sta­tion

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