Western Suburbs Weekly - - Street Watch -

1 Call Crime Stop­pers 1800 333 000 if you have any in­for­ma­tion on crime

2 Po­lice As­sis­tance Line 131 444 if you are a vic­tim of crime


A VE­HI­CLE at a Green Street res­i­dence was bro­ken into with the of­fend­ers smash­ing a win­dow to gain en­try about 5am on Novem­ber 11. A se­cu­rity swipe tag be­lieved to be used to gain en­try to a build­ing was stolen. A white Hyundai hatch­back with false plates was seen leav­ing the scene. Of­fend­ers are de­scribed as a male and fe­male, with a third with no de­scrip­tion driv­ing the ve­hi­cle.


A BUR­GLARY occurred and a ve­hi­cle was stolen from a Daglish Street res­i­dence overnight. The in­ci­dent occurred be­tween 10pm on Novem­ber 13 and 7am Novem­ber 14. Of­fend­ers gained en­try to the house and stole a hand­bag from the kitchen bench. The keys to a white 2015 Subaru hatch­back were in the bag and the ve­hi­cle was stolen. The ve­hi­cle was seen at a bur­glary in Mor­ley about 6pm on Novem­ber 14. Of­fend­ers en­tered the house by smash­ing a rear door win­dow but were dis­turbed by an alarm and neigh­bours. Po­lice be­lieve there were three or four males. One is de­scribed as tall and slim with dark skin with a white shirt.


AN iPhone was stolen from the Beatty Park Leisure Cen­tre be­tween 1pm and 4.30pm on Novem­ber 14. The phone was stolen from a bag that was left on a bench in a change room. Po­lice had re­ports of up to six sim­i­lar in­ci­dents a week prior. Po­lice are un­sure if all in­ci­dents are by the same per­son.


A WHITE Toy­ota land­crusier sedan was stolen from a Barker Road res­i­dence be­tween 12pm and 3pm Novem­ber 13. The ve­hi­cle was re­cov­ered near Coles af­ter it was aban­doned fol­low­ing a crash into a wall. Po­lice do not have a de­scrip­tion of the of­fender/s. TWO thefts occurred at a Roy­d­house Street property. Of­fend­ers forced their way through a mesh door to the un­der­ground sec­tion of a res­i­den­tial property. A bi­cy­cle was stolen along with items fromm a ve­hi­cle.


A VE­HI­CLE was stolen be­tween 5.50am and 6.30am on Novem­ber 19 from an Onslow Road res­i­dence. The owner went for a jog in the morn­ing and left his keys hid­den in the front yard of his property. When he re­turned, the keys and his red 2005 Honda sta­tion wagon were gone.

RE­MEM­BER TO LOCK UP WHEN YOU LEAVE WITH the warmer weather lately it is really im­por­tant to check your property and make sure you haven't left any win­dows or fly­screens un­locked be­fore you leave. Prefer­ably, dead­lock doors and lock win­dows with a lock and key. If you are plan­ning to go away on hol­i­day this sum­mer, let your neigh­bours know how long you'll be away. Ask them to keep an eye out and col­lect your mail. Can­cel de­liv­er­ies such as news­pa­pers and con­sider in­stalling au­to­matic tim­ing de­vices for lights. Give your house keys to a trusted friend, fam­ily mem­ber or neigh­bour.

– Se­nior Sergeant Haydn Far­row

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