CARS PRESENTING AN EASY TARGET
MOTOR vehicles are continuing to be broken into and people are still leaving iPads, wallets and handbags in their cars. Do not leave valuables in your vehicle. If you see any suspicious activity on the street between 10pm and 4am, call police on 131 444. - Scarborough Police Senior Sergeant Glenn Dowding KARRINYUP A BIKE was stolen from a property in Karrinyup on February 5.
The offender took the bike from an open garage at the Huntriss Road home.
SCARBOROUGH POLICE received a report of a burglary on Corbett Street in Scarborough about 6pm on February 5. A mobile phone and cash was stolen from the home after thieves gained entry through an open garage door.
GWELUP POLICE are searching for a man who robbed a service station on North Beach Road in Gwelup on February 5. The man entered the store at 11pm and threatened the male attendant with a syringe before making his getaway with cash and cigarettes. There were two other people in the store at the time. The robber is described as 170-180cm tall and had his head and face concealed. Police searched the area using canine and response units but could not find the man.
OSBORNE PARK POLICE are on the hunt for two men after an armed robbery and carjacking in Osborne Park last week. About 6.15pm on February 7, a 28-year-old man was approached by two men while he sat in his parked car on Howe Street in Osborne Park. The two men got in the vehicle and threatened him with a large knife and ordered him to drive. The man drove around for two hours before being told to stop the car on Marmion Avenue south of Pipidinny Road in Eglinton, where he was ordered out of the car and the two men drove off. The man then contacted police. Joondalup Detectives found the victim’s car abandoned at a park in Perth’s far northern suburbs the next afternoon. They seized the vehicle for forensic examination. One offender was described as fair-skinned and the other as having dark skin. They drove off in a blue 2010 Ford Falcon sedan.