TAKE LONGER-TERM VIEW AT KINGS PARK

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Streetwatch -

Al­though over­all in­ci­dents are down, thefts from cars con­tinue in Kings Park. About one in­ci­dent ev­ery three days is be­ing re­ported. This is still too high. We have no­ticed there is of­ten only 10 min­utes be­tween some­one leav­ing their car and a theft. Of­fend­ers are watch­ing, so make sure you look around when you leave your ve­hi­cle. Vis­i­tors and reg­u­lars to the park and nearby fore­shores must keep their valu­ables out of sight in their cars. Thieves only have to look through the win­dow, smash it, take your valu­ables, and your pleas­ant day out sud­denly be­comes un­pleas­ant. - Sen Sgt Craig Davis

Mos­man Park

DE­TEC­TIVES will in­ves­ti­gate break-ins at three west­ern sub­urbs bowl­ing clubs sus­pected to be linked last week.

Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said cash was found on the floor af­ter a small amount was taken when thieves forced a win­dow, be­fore search­ing the bar and of­fice, at Mos­man Park Bowl­ing Club about 4am on Feb­ru­ary 8.

Three days ear­lier, thieves set off the alarm at Dalkeith-ned­lands Men’s Bowl­ing Club at 8.45pm and at­tempts were made to rob Clare­mont Bowl­ing Club the same day.

Clare­mont

IT is al­leged a Clare­mont man (58) stole four beers and cash from the till of the Brook­lyn Lounge, St Quentin Av­enue about 10.55pm on Feb­ru­ary 8.

“It will be al­leged he en­tered the bar’s rear,” Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said.

The man was charged with bur­glary and steal­ing when be­ing found by po­lice while still on the premises. His bail was re­fused.

Wem­b­ley

COP­PER worth $3000 was taken from a Herds­man Pa­rade apart­ment on Feb­ru­ary 6.

Thieves also took cop­per of lim­ited value from the Regis Re­tire­ment Vil­lage, Monash Av­enue, Ned­lands the fol­low­ing day.

Pep­per­mint Grove

A THIEF, de­scribed as Cau­casian, aged about 20 tried to smash a win­dow at a View Street home on Feb­ru­ary 6.

West Leed­erville

A SWANBOURNE man is charged with steal­ing a wal­let from a car left un­locked on De­cem­ber 23 last year. Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said it would be al­leged the wal­let was taken while the car was parked at JB O’reilly’s Bar, Cam­bridge Street.

Su­bi­aco

A SU­BI­ACO man (34) was charged with pos­sess­ing a stolen bi­cy­cle, taken from Su­bi­aco Train Sta­tion on Jan­uary 16.

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