RIVERVALE SEX assault squad detectives charged a 48-year-old Kalgoorlie man as a result of extensive investigations into a 2015 assault. Between 3.30pm and 4pm on February 12 last year a woman was changing in a public toilets cubicle next to the Swan River on Balbuk Way in Rivervale. The man allegedly forced his way into the cubicle and assaulted her. He then stole her purse before he left the area. He has been charged with attempted sexual penetration without consent and stealing. The man has been released on bail and is due to appear at Perth Magistrates Court on June 17. EAST VICTORIA PARK POLICE are searching for a man in regards to fraudulent credit card uses throughout East Victoria Park. Between 7.30am and 9.30am on April 14, six fraudulent transactions were made using a stolen credit card. The transactions took place at two locations including a food shop and a hardware store. The man has a distinctive tattoo on his right forearm and ear lobe spacers in his ears. If you know the identity of this man or have any information, make a report online or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. CARLISLE POLICE are seeking public assistance to locate a man to help with inquiries. Police believe Paul Lennard Eades may be able to assist with their inquiries about an assault from March this year and a stealing incident in April. The crimes took place in Carlisle, Bentley and Mirrabooka. Mr Eades is known to frequent Balcatta, Bentley, Girrawheen and Victoria Park. He is described as being 56 years of age, about 170cm tall with a medium build. He has a dark brown complexion, white balding hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online. BELMONT POLICE are seeking to identify a woman they think can assist with inquiries into a stealing and fraud incident. On April 22, a woman was shopping at a supermarket in Belmont when her bag was stolen from her trolley. When she contacted the bank to cancel her credit cards, she was told they had already been used twice to purchase goods. Police are asking anyone who can identify the woman pictured to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
POLICE are investigating a stealing and motor vehicle theft offence that happened at Belmont Village shopping centre on May 10. Contact the Belmont police on 9424 2702. ■