WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE BURGLED

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - STREET WATCH -

IF you have had a bur­glar in the house, call the po­lice im­me­di­ately. Pre­serve the crime scene. Do not wipe down any sur­face. Do not touch any item touched or left be­hind by the of­fender. Write down im­me­di­ately a de­scrip­tion of the bur­glar. Care­fully ob­serve and get a de­scrip­tion of any ve­hi­cle that was used. Take note of the reg­is­tra­tion, type, colour and any dis­tin­guish­ing fea­tures. Do not dis­cuss the in­ci­dent with any other per­son un­til po­lice of­fi­cers ar­rive, as this could cre­ate prob­lems in any sub­se­quent in­ves­ti­ga­tion. – Sgt War­ren Ame­duri BEL­MONT BEL­MONT po­lice re­port that three ju­ve­niles were ar­rested and charged with 14 of­fences af­ter dam­ag­ing buses, cars and houses with rocks. The ju­ve­niles were placed on a 24-hour cur­few. Two peo­ple were ar­rested on Raleigh Street on Mon­day, July 31, with 12 steal­ing and fraud of­fences and two out­stand­ing war­rants. Dates have been set with a mag­is­trate. EAST VIC­TO­RIA PARK KENS­ING­TON De­tec­tives are in­ves­ti­gat­ing a burglary on Lan­gler Street, East Vic­to­ria Park. Sev­eral items, in­clud­ing credit cards, were stolen, along with a ve­hi­cle which was lo­cated in Karawara the fol­low­ing day. The cards were used in the Bent­ley and Can­ning­ton ar­eas soon af­ter the burglary to fraud­u­lently pur­chase items. Po­lice have re­leased CCTV im­ages of a man and woman who they be­lieve may be able to as­sist them with their in­ves­ti­ga­tion. The man is de­scribed as 40-50 years old, of medium build, short dark grey­ing hair, wear­ing a blue track­suit top and grey track pants. The woman is de­scribed as 20-30 years of age, of medium build, long dark hair tied in a pony tail, wear­ing a black jacket and blue jeans. Quote 8593 when call­ing Crime Stop­pers. SOUTH PERTH KENS­ING­TON po­lice are try­ing to iden­tify a sus­pect for the dam­age caused to a 70-year-old Lon­don flame tree on the South Perth fore­shore. The dam­age was so se­vere that the coun­cil had no other op­tion but to cut it down. The of­fence oc­curred be­tween 11.30 on June 19 and 6am on June 20 near the Mends Street Jetty.

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