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
1 MT HAWTHORN
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.
3 NORTH PERTH
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.
5 SHENTON PARK
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