REPORT SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOUR ASAP
A HAMILTON Hill woman (37) allegedly stole underwear after taking a door key left in the letterbox of a Thelma Street home at 11.20am on February 11. Police said they arrived at the house about five minutes later and arrested the woman as she was leaving the house.
It will be alleged the woman also stole laptops, a GPS device and other electronic devices.
The woman was bailed to reappear at Perth Magistrates Court on March 10.
A THIEF broke a padlock when he raided a garden shed at a Barker Road home.
Police said the raid took place overnight on February 11. A small tool box was taken.
THIEVES took the numberplates to a woman’s VW Amarok utility before the theft was reported at 10am on February 13. Police said it was suspected the plates were taken during the previous night.
It could not be confirmed if the stolen plates had been used in any subsequent crime.
THIEVES took tools worth $2000 from a gardener. Police said the tools were taken from the back of the gardener’s utility as he worked at a Hammond Road home about noon on February 11.
The stolen tools comprised a leaf blower, whippersnipper, chainsaw and hedge cutter.
LIPSTICK was among the items taken when a Lorma Street home was burgled about 11pm on February 11.
Police said a door had been left open to a downstairs bedroom, before the burglar used the door to enter and exit.
A purse, laptop computer, handbag and cash were also taken.
IF you see any suspicious behaviour in your local area ensure you ring 131 444 or your local policing team as soon as possible. This will help us locate an offender or do a patrol of the area quickly.
With the help of a caller, we recently arrested a man who was smashing car windows.
- Senior Sergeant Glenn Dowding