Man’s nose bro­ken in bus fight

The West Australian - - CRIME STOPPERS -

A man re­ceived a bro­ken nose and dis­lo­cated shoul­der af­ter an al­leged fight with two other men that started on a bus when he re­fused to give them money.

Po­lice say the 18-year-old vic­tim got on the bus at the War­wick Grove shops about 5.15pm on Oc­to­ber 6 and was asked by two men for money dur­ing the jour­ney.

Af­ter he re­fused, po­lice say the men started to mock the vic­tim and a ver­bal and phys­i­cal al­ter­ca­tion broke out.

Po­lice al­lege the vic­tim was punched to the nose and when the bus stopped on Cul­lo­ton Cres­cent in Balga he was pushed off the bus by one of the men and the three con­tin­ued the fight on the side of the road.

The vic­tim fell to the ground and was kicked sev­eral times.

On­look­ers in­ter­vened and sep­a­rated the trio be­fore the two men left the area.

Po­lice want to speak to any­one who was on the bus at the time of the in­ci­dent.

They have re­leased CCTV images of two men they be­lieve might be able to as­sist with their in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

The first man is de­scribed as light-skinned and aged 30 to 40, with a medium build and brown hair. He was wear­ing a dark top, be­lieved to be a black White Sox base­ball jersey, and light coloured pants.

The sec­ond man is de­scribed as thin to medium build, with a shaved head and long hair on top tied up. He was wear­ing a blue top and green shorts.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 8694.


A man al­legedly spat in a bus driver’s face in War­wick af­ter he was asked to show his con­ces­sion card to re­ceive a dis­counted fare.

Po­lice say the in­ci­dent hap­pened about 5.45pm on Oc­to­ber 10 af­ter the man boarded the bus and re­quested a con­ces­sion fare.

The man is de­scribed as dark-skinned and 18 to 25 years old, with a thin build and short dark hair.

He was wear­ing a but­ton-up dark-coloured short-sleeved shirt with a light-coloured dot pat­tern, black track­suit pants with white stripes down the sides and dark-coloured run­ners.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 8698.


A man had his mo­tor­cy­cle stolen af­ter leav­ing it parked in In­gle­wood. Po­lice say he left the red Honda near the in­ter­sec­tion of Eighth Av­enue and Beau­fort Street about 3pm on Oc­to­ber 22. He re­turned to find it was gone.

A check of CCTV footage from the area showed a man push­ing the mo­tor­bike away about 3.30pm.

The man is de­scribed as light-skinned and aged 25 to 35, with short brown hair and a medium build. He was wear­ing a light blue T-shirt, dark shorts, black shoes and socks and car­ry­ing a back­pack.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 8699.


Po­lice are look­ing for a driver they al­lege re­versed into an­other ve­hi­cle in Man­durah and then left in­cor­rect con­tact de­tails.

The in­ci­dent hap­pened be­tween 12.10pm and 1.20pm on Oc­to­ber 27 on Bar­racks Lane when a white twin cab util­ity hit a black Holden util­ity caus­ing about $1500 dam­age.

Po­lice want to talk to two men who were wear­ing high-vis­i­bil­ity tops they be­lieve might be able to as­sist with their in­quiries.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 8700.


Stolen bankcards were al­legedly used to make fraud­u­lent pur­chases in the Lyn­wood area af­ter they were taken with the vic­tim’s wal­let while he was out for din­ner.

Po­lice say the man was hav­ing din­ner with friends in Beck­en­ham about 6pm on Septem­ber 2 when he took off his jacket and hung it over his chair.

About 2.15pm on Septem­ber 3 a man al­legedly used one of the cards to fraud­u­lently buy items in the Lyn­wood area.

The man is de­scribed as dark-skinned, about 170cm tall and 25 to 35 years old, with a medium build and a long black beard. He was wear­ing a black base­ball cap and a red T-shirt over a blue long-sleeved top.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 8693.


A man was sprayed in the face with paint af­ter he ap­proached an­other man who was al­legedly paint­ing graf­fiti on a wall at Ash­field train sta­tion.

Po­lice al­lege the vic­tim no­ticed the man spray­ing sil­ver paint on the wall about 8.10pm on July 7. Af­ter al­legedly spray­ing the vic­tim in the face, the man rode away on a bi­cy­cle.

The man sought is de­scribed as light-skinned and aged about 18, with a medium build. He was wear­ing a dark-coloured beanie, blue-grey hoodie, black track­suit pants with a Cham­pion logo and black and white sneak­ers.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 8695.


A com­muter al­legedly gave false de­tails to po­lice af­ter she was stopped by rev­enue pro­tec­tion of­fi­cers at the Elizabeth Quay train sta­tion and is­sued an in­fringe­ment.

The woman, who had been on a Man­durah to Perth train, was spo­ken to by of­fi­cers about 11.35pm on Au­gust 24 and asked to pro­vide per­sonal de­tails.

The woman is de­scribed as light-skinned and about 50 years old, with dark blonde long hair and a medium to solid build. She was wear­ing a pink top un­der a black jacket, black pants, black boots and glasses.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 8696.


A stolen credit card was al­legedly used to make fraud­u­lent pur­chases in Mor­ley, But­ler and Mer­riwa af­ter it was stolen from an un­locked ve­hi­cle in Em­ble­ton.

Po­lice say thieves forced open the locked glove box of the car and re­moved a purse be­tween 8pm on Oc­to­ber 14 and 8.30am the next day. Po­lice want to speak to two women and a man.

The man is de­scribed as dark­skinned, with a medium build. He was wear­ing a red Adi­das cap, black jacket and blue jeans.

One woman is de­scribed as dark-skinned, with a medium build. She was wear­ing a navy blue base­ball cap and navy blue jacket, over a blue Puma jumper. The other woman is de­scribed as dark-skinned, with a thin to medium build and long dark hair. She was wear­ing a white Adi­das T-shirt and car­ry­ing a dark-coloured top. Quote ref­er­ence no. 8697.

Em­ble­ton: A stolen credit card was used in Mor­ley, But­ler and Mer­riwa. Ref: 8697

Man­durah: A ute re­versed into an­other ve­hi­cle. Ref: 8700

In­gle­wood: Ref: 8699

Lyn­wood: Ref: 8693

Bassendean: Ref: 8695

Balga: Ref: 8694

War­wick: Ref: 8698

Elizabeth Quay: Ref: 8696

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