KEEP DEVICES ON TRACK FOR RECOVERY
EAST VICTORIA PARK
POLICE have seized some unique fly fishing pins from Tasmania and other locations in East Victoria Park believed to be stolen property. If this collection belongs to you, call Cannington Police Station on 131 444 and quote IR 010517 2307.
KENSINGTON Detectives are seeking information on an aggravated burglary on Rason Place on Monday, April 24. The burglary took place about 11.30pm, when the 55year-old male occupant was woken by three men who forced their way into the house. The men made demands of the victim before he was assaulted, then rummaged through rooms in the house and stole cash. A 33-year-old male neighbour who came out of his house after hearing noises was also assaulted by the men. It’s believed they left the area in a light-coloured 4WD with a black DVG cover on the rear spare wheel. The 55-year-old man received injuries to his head, face and body, while the 33-year-old neighbour received a significant injury to his arm. Up to five men may have been involved in the incident, and all were wearing dark-coloured clothing.
IF PEOPLE have tracking capacity on their phones and their iPads, always make sure it's activated. Every day if we find something that's been knocked off with potential tracking, we'll ring up the owner and say if you get an activation, ring police. We create a job and we dispatch a vehicle to the location where that device is tracking. We had one recently where there was a tracking component on a stolen Apple product. When it pinged at a southern location, we were able to work out that there was a well-known crook there. – Officer-in-charge John Waghorn