A LES­SON IN SAFETY NEAR SCHOOLS

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Street Watch -

IT'S al­ways im­por­tant to keep safety around schools in mind. Driv­ers should re­mem­ber chil­dren may not be pay­ing close at­ten­tion when walk­ing near roads and cross­ing streets. Par­ents should take the op­por­tu­nity now to talk to their chil­dren about get­ting to and from school safely. Visit the Con­sta­ble Care Child Foun­da­tion web­site at www.cccsf.org.au for some tip to make the 2017 school year a safe one. - Se­nior Sergeant Si­mon Hazell.

WEST LEED­ERVILLE

TEENAGE girls, both aged 15, were robbed at West Leed­erville train sta­tion about 2pm on March 12. Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said the girls were on a Fre­man­tle-bound train when two men got on at Perth Sta­tion and threat­ened the girls to hand over money, be­fore get­ting off at West Leed­erville. One man was de­scribed as Cau­casian, in his early 20s with short, cropped hair, dark eye­brows and very pale skin, who wore a white T-shirt and trousers, and had felt-tip pen marks over his arms. His ac­com­plice was dark skinned, had a thin mous­tache, dark hair, and wore a red shirt and trousers.

FLOREAT

A MAN woke in his car to see a thief tak­ing his lap­top through a win­dow that had been pushed down at Floreat Beach about 5pm on March 14.

“He yelled out, but the thief ran away,” Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley.

PEPPERMINT GROVE

TWO men wear­ing dark cloth­ing parked a white hatch­back out­side their in­tended vic­tims’ home on

View Street about 5am on March 15. Tthey were dis­turbed by a res­i­dent when they walked in to the home’s pool area and fled.

SU­BI­ACO

A VAN­DAL is dam­ag­ing cars parked on Fin­layson Street, Roberts and Kershaw and Heytes­bury roads.

“All of the ve­hi­cles had their wiper blades dam­aged or re­moved Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said. Some of the ve­hi­cles were also scratched when the dam­age oc­curred overnight on March 9.

WEM­B­LEY

A WEM­B­LEY man (30) is charged with steal­ing af­ter the al­leged theft of a $6000 neck­lace,

Se­nior Sergeant Julie Fo­ley said it would be al­leged the neck­lace was taken from a jew­ellery store on April 4, 2016.

“It will be al­leged he grabbed it and ran from the store,” Sgt Fo­ley said.

The man has been charged with steal­ing, and is re­manded in cus­tody to ap­pear at Perth Mag­is­trates Court on May 5.

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