DON’T ALLAY YOUR SUSPICIONS
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.
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.
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.
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