Man’s nose broken in bus fight
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.
BUS DRIVER SPAT ON
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.
WRONG DETAILS LEFT
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.
CARDS TAKEN FROM JACKET
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.
PAINT SPRAYED IN FACE
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.
PURSE REMOVED FROM CAR
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