DON’T LEAVE PROPERTY IN PLAIN VIEW
PEOPLE need to not leave property visible in their houses and vehicles to prevent stealing because it has been an issue across the Perth metropolitan area. They also need to ensure their vehicles are locked. It is a timely reminder for members of the public to implement these measures to deter offenders from committing crime. – Bayswater police officer-in-charge John Waghorn
POLICE are still investigating an incident from April when a man performed an obscene act in a bus while travelling along Scarborough Beach Road in Mt Hawthorn . About 9.30am on April 14, a man was sitting towards the back of the bus when he performed an obscene act. The incident was picked up on CCTV. Pornographic material was found at the back of the bus by the driver at the end of his shift. The man was seen getting off the bus just before the intersection of Selby Street North and Scarborough Beach Road, Osborne Park. Police have released a CCTV image of a man who they believe may be able to assist them with their investigation. The man is described as lightskinned, 45-55 years old with short dark hair and full greying beard. At the time he was wearing a light green singlet and denim shorts. If you have any information about this, call Crime Stoppers and quote reference number 8633.
MIRRABOOKA police officers arrested three juveniles in Balga after investigations about a home invasion on September 5. Police allege the offenders attempted to break into a Balga home by kicking in the front door. Officers executed a search warrant at the home address of the offenders, allegedly locating evidence linking them to the offence. All three juveniles were charged with burglary and stealing. The trio will appear in court at a later date.
The person of interest from the incident at Osborne Park.