Sergeant Neil Morton-Smith.
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.
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.
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.
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.