CANNINGTON police are calling for help to identify some suspected stolen property that was seized from a person of interest on Wyong Road in Bentley. The property is shown in attached photo and consists of: gold coloured drawstring bag; silver coloured bangle with clear stones inset; gold coloured Buddha statuette; silver bracelet with clear stones and large green stone; silver coloured cross with six "S" insets; gold coloured bracelet with gold coloured triangle inset with clear stones; and watch "BNH Quartz 1005" with fabric band. Anyone who can identify this property or who has any information, call 9451 0000.
STUDENTS using rubber bands to flick “stuff” at their classmates were given a stern talking to by police and were close to being arrested for possessing weapons of “maths” disruption. Cannington police received a call to sort out the incident at an undisclosed location last week. A police spokesman said: “the kids were using rubber band 'gings' in the class room to shoot stuff at other kids”. “We confiscated the gings and gave the kids a stern talking to,” he said. “We went close to arresting them for possessing weapons of maths disruption. “It's minor but when you call we come, so off we went.”
THE police canine section is gearing up for its first puppy training program for the development of general duties police dogs since 2009. So far there are four puppies in the program. Arnold, Scud and Stinger are 13week-old german shepherds and the fourth, Payne, is a 21-weekold malinois. The puppies will live with their handlers who will socialise them prior to formal training which will start shortly. It will take about 18 months before the dogs will be fully operational. Puppies that do not make the grade are re-homed through a very intensive owner selection program. The current group come from parents that have excelled in policing and service dogs, so the odds are stacked in their favour.