Western Suburbs Weekly - - Streetwatch -

COUN­TER­FEIT $50 notes are be­ing dis­trib­uted again. The notes’ clear win­dows are the hard­est to coun­ter­feit and we have found on the lat­est fakes that the pan­els rub off. The coun­ter­feit­ers have been tar­get­ing night­clubs, but also shops and busi­nesses as far away as El­len­brook. They will tar­get busi­nesses at busy times when staff may not have time to check the notes. Check all large bills that come your way and go to www.ban­knotes.rba. It could save your money. - Sergeant War­ren Ame­duri


GARAGES and their con­tents were the tar­get of bur­glars in Cottes­loe in the past week. Sergeant Paul Gelmi said a pouch con­tain­ing coins left in an un­locked car and tools worth $420 were taken from an un­locked garage in Gib­ney Street overnight on May 24. Overnight on May 25, a $350 yel­low Trek bi­cy­cle was taken from a Princes Street garage, and a skate­board and red Spe­cialised bike worth $1000 was taken from a neigh­bour­ing garage be­tween 7pm on May 11 and 6pm on May 21.


RES­I­DENTS chased an al­leged bur­glar when he jumped on a bike taken from their home at Honey Eater Cir­cle about 2.25pm last Wed­nes­day.

Se­nior Con­sta­ble Craig Har­ris

said the res­i­dent caught the man and held him un­til po­lice ar­rived. It will be al­leged a Bal­la­jura man (47) took a mo­bile tele­phone, for­eign cash of an undis­closed value and the bike from the home, in ad­di­tion to pos­sess­ing jew­ellery that may be from the al­leged bur­glary of a Joon­dana home on May 21.

The man will ap­pear in court at later date.


SPOT lights taken from a car at an Oceanic Drive home are among a spate of thefts from ve­hi­cles in the western sub­urbs over two days to May 25.

Se­nior Con­sta­ble Craig Har­ris said the thefts were hap­pen­ing at night and in­cluded prop­erty and valu­ables taken from a car in Cam­bridge Street, West Leed­erville. Num­ber­plates were taken from a car in Herds­man Pa­rade, Wem­b­ley

dur­ing the pe­riod.


A BACK­PACK con­tain­ing tools and a wal­let was taken from the front of a car be­tween 10.15am and 10.50am on April 13 in May­fair Street.

A short time later, a woman, ac­com­pa­nied by a man, used a credit card to fraud­u­lently pur­chase items from shops in West Perth.

The woman was de­scribed as light-skinned, aged 25-35, medium build and wore a dark blue Adi­das hooded top, denim shorts and white train­ing shoes, while car­ry­ing a dark hand­bag.

The man was light-skinned, 2535, medium build with short brown hair, while wear­ing a white shirt un­der a long-sleeved, dark top and long, dark pants and a bag over his left shoul­der.

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