BUSI­NESSES URGED TO SE­CURE PREMISES

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Streetwatch -

1 WEM­B­LEY

A COMO man (58) al­legedly had a blood al­co­hol level four times above the limit when he was pulled over in his car in Herds­man Pa­rade about 11am on July 27. “It will be al­leged it was 0.223,” Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said. Po­lice saw the man drive to the closed bot­tleshop at the nearby Herds­man Ho­tel, where he al­legedly was go­ing to buy more al­co­hol. The man was charged with drink driv­ing, be­fore he was bailed to ap­pear at Perth Mag­is­trates Court on Au­gust 26.

2 SWAN­BOURNE

THIEVES took a 2005-model, grey Audi A6 from a Saun­ders Street home be­tween 1.30pm and 2.30pm on July 23.

I ask the own­ers of com­mer­cial prop­er­ties to re­view the se­cu­rity of side and rear ac­cesses to their busi­nesses. This fol­lows at least four at­tempts to break into com­mer­cial prop­er­ties in the area in the past week. Peo­ple should es­pe­cially look at meth­ods that would stop peo­ple from pris­ing open doors with tools. They may wish to con­sider fix­ing steel strips and the like. They should also con­sider in­stalling mul­ti­ple lock­ing points and dead­bolts, - Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley

Se­nior Sergeant Tony Booker said the thieves searched the en­tire house, in­clud­ing open­ing ev­ery cup­board and drawer. Their search found keys to the car. The ve­hi­cle, reg­is­tra­tion 1DLA 105, had not been re­cov­ered late last week.

3 CLARE­MONT

PO­LICE ar­rived three min­utes af­ter a bur­glar hit Ul­tratune car ser­vices, Stir­ling High­way about 12.30am on July 23. “He got into the of­fice area, placed the till on the desk and took its contents of about $350,” Se­nior Sergeant Tony Booker said. The bur­glar had en­tered by smash­ing a glass panel at the side of the build­ing, which set off an alarm.

COUN­TER­FEIT notes were found by staff at the Clare­mont ANZ Bank as they cal­cu­lated their tak­ings at the end of July 26. “They were re­ally good coun­ter­feits, re­ally good,” Se­nior Sergeant Tony Booker said. The false notes in­cluded a $100 bill and 10 $50 notes. The Fed­eral Po­lice have been in­formed of the dis­cov­ery.

4 SU­BI­ACO

A LAP­TOP com­puter has been taken from a mu­sic shop on Churchill Av­enue. Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said the thieves forced open a rear door to get into the shop. The raid oc­curred be­tween July 21 and July 22.

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