OPEN GARAGE IN­VITE TO WIN­DOW SHOP

Crooks love to win­dow shop, and one of the ways peo­ple help them is by leav­ing their garage doors open un­nec­es­sar­ily, giv­ing them the op­por­tu­nity to see what is in­side worth steal­ing. Some­times it is high­per­for­mance cars, oth­ers it’s an off-road mo­tor­cycl

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Streetwatch -

1 WEST PERTH

A KAR­RINYUP woman (19) al­legedly had 8g of metham­phetamine when she was ar­rested at a Carr Street home about 10.45pm on May 10. Senior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said po­lice were called to the house af­ter re­ports of a man and an ag­i­tated woman ar­gu­ing. It will be al­leged the drugs were in a small plas­tic bag in the woman’s hand­bag. She was charged with pos­sess­ing metham­phetamine to sell or sup­ply, and was bailed to ap­pear at Perth Mag­is­trates Court on May 25.

2 JOLIMONT

IT is al­leged a Wem­b­ley man (24) had drugs in his car when he was re­ported look­ing over homes’ fences in Bishop Street about 7am on May 9. Senior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said a res­i­dent saw the man, and re­ported his sus­pi­cious activity to po­lice, who im­me­di­ately went to the street. It will be al­leged amounts of cannabis, metham­phetamine and smok­ing im­ple­ments were in the man’s car parked nearby. He was charged with pos­sess­ing the dugs and the im­ple­ments, be­fore he was bailed to ap­pear in court at a later date.

3 CLARE­MONT

IT is al­leged the em­ployee of a house­hold re­moval­ist took a cus­tomer’s wal­let and com­mit­ted fraud with its credit cards af­ter the theft at an Os­borne Pa­rade house be­tween 9am and 11am on May 17. “It will be al­leged the re­moval­ist saw the wal­let and placed it in his back pocket,” Senior Sergeant Tony Booker said. Credit cards from the wal­let were used to make three pur­chases to­talling about $280 in south­ern sub­urbs stores, in­clud­ing BP Kwinana and a Wool­worths su­per­mar­ket. A Spear­wood man (33) was charged with steal­ing and fraud, and he will be sum­monsed to ap­pear at Perth Mag­is­trates Court on June 10.

4 CRAW­LEY

A BIKE thief may be op­er­at­ing at the Univer­sity of WA. “It’s a pos­si­bil­ity it may be the same of­fender,” Senior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said. At least five bikes were taken from the univer­sity’s cam­pus be­tween May 5 and May 11. Sgt Fo­ley said it was rec­om­mended bike own­ers ob­tain D-locks, com­pris­ing a semi-cir­cu­lar metal loop that fits into tough­ened metal bar, to se­cure their prop­erty.

5 NED­LANDS

THIEVES tar­geted ad­ja­cent of­fices of a speech pathol­o­gist and an op­tometrist in Hamp­ton Road early on May 10. Senior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said rear doors at each of­fice were forced and their locks were bro­ken. The stolen items in­cluded sun­glasses and cash, and a full in­ven­tory of what else may have been taken is be­ing con­ducted.

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