DON’T AL­LAY YOUR SUS­PI­CIONS

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Streetwatch -

P EPPERMINT GROVE

WHEELS from two 4WDS in View and Leake streets were stolen, in what were sus­pected to be con­nected in­ci­dents, overnight on November 2. “With both the ve­hi­cles they ba­si­cally put the cars up on blocks, took the wheels and left the cars there,” Sergeant Paul Gelmi said.

S UBIACO

A SE­RIAL car van­dal is tar­get­ing ex­pen­sive and lux­ury cars in Su­bi­aco, and nearby. “There has been a spate of dam­age to cars, in­clud­ing Porsches, Audis and Volvos,” Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said. The in­ci­dents in­cluded cars dam­aged on Park Street on November 8, Roberts Road on November 7, Axon Street on November 7, Su­bi­aco Road on November 5 and nearby Onslow Road, Shen­ton Park, on November 4. ■

IT is al­leged a South Perth woman (19) at­tempted to steal a $500 Lego set be­fore as­sault­ing the man­ager at Su­bi­aco Toy World on Oc­to­ber 22.

S WANBOURNE

A THIEF ran when he was found by se­cu­rity guards in the sec­ond of two in­ci­dents in un­der­ground apart­ments at Mil­yarm Rise. Sergeant Gelmi said a driver’s li­cence and in­sur­ance pa­pers were taken from one car, and a sec­ond car’s back quar­ter-win­dow smashed be­tween 7pm and 8.45pm on November 8. Be­tween 3pm on November 4 and 1am the fol­low­ing day, at­tempts were made to break into two store­rooms. A man de­scribed as aged 40-50, with grey­ing hair and wear­ing a back T-shirt with a ‘Go Be­yond’ logo, left be­hind a white van with stolen num­ber plates af­ter the in­ci­dents on November 8.

W EMBLEY

A credit card stolen in a Ruis­lip Street bur­glary was al­legedly used by an Ar­madale man (21) in Su­bi­aco on November 1. Se­nior Sergeant Fo­ley said it would be al­leged the man at­tempted to buy blue­tooth speak­ers at the Su­bi­aco shop.

M OS­MAN PARK

MOSMAN Park Golf Course’s club­house on Bate­man Drive was the tar­get of thieves on November 9 in the early hours; they took al­co­hol and cash.

Peo­ple are of­ten hes­i­tant to phone po­lice to re­port sus­pi­cious be­hav­iour. This should not be the case. Any­thing which is odd, sus­pi­cious or un­to­ward should be re­ported. Where pos­si­ble, we will at­tend your call straight away. If it's on your street we need to know. Com­mu­nity Face­book pages also of­ten dis­cuss sus­pi­cious peo­ple. But if you put this in­for­ma­tion on these sites, please also tell po­lice im­me­di­ately. - Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley

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