Sergeant Neil Mor­ton-Smith.

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Street Watch -

SHEN­TON PARK

A BUR­GLAR used an axe to en­ter Law­ley’s Bak­ery, Onslow Road about 3.45am on June 16. Se­nior Sergeant Kate Vi­vian said the axe was used to break the bak­ery’s back­door han­dle but in­side se­cu­rity bolts pre­vented en­try. The axe was used to smash the bot­tom half of the bak­ery’s front door and in a failed at­tempt to open a safe, af­ter which the bur­glar used it to smash the till when leav­ing. He was de­scribed as 175cm-185cm, aged 20-40 and wear­ing black shoes, blue jeans and a blue jumper.

WEM­B­LEY

STOLEN credit cards were used at Gar­den City Shop­ping Cen­tre and Kar­rinyup K-Mart af­ter they were taken with a Subaru from a Lake Mon­ger Drive home overnight on June 16. Po­lice said the thieves en­tered through a laun­dry door thought to be un­locked and searched the home tak­ing took two lap­tops worth $2000, wal­lets and credit cards and the Subaru from a garage. The fraud­u­lent credit card pur­chases were made be­tween 5pm and 6pm on June 17 and the Subaru was re­cov­ered near Bishop Street, Jolimont, five hours later.

SU­BI­ACO

CARS parked at Princess Mar­garet Hos­pi­tal have been the tar­get of thieves. Snr Sgt Vi­vian said valu­ables in­clud­ing GPS de­vices, phone charg­ers, cash and keys were taken from eight ve­hi­cles in the hos­pi­tal’s num­ber five car park on June 15. “They smashed cars’ quar­ter win­dows to get in,” Snr Sgt Vi­vian said.

MOS­MAN PARK

A MOS­MAN Park man (19) and boys from Ned­lands and Joon­danna face drug charges af­ter po­lice pa­trols at Child­ley Point last week. The man and boys had a small amount of cannabis and smok­ing im­ple­ments when they were ar­rested. The man and the Ned­lands boy have been sum­monsed to ap­pear in court at later date and the Joon­danna boy an in­ter­ven­tion no­tice.

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