TAKE RESPONSIBILITY, LOCK UP YOUR STUFF
IT is alleged an Ascot man (36) was performing an indecent act before he snatched a mobile phone from a Subiaco woman (34) on Raphael Street on October 19.
“Police were able to trace the phone to Ascot later that day,” Senior Sergeant Julie Foley said. It will be alleged the phone was in the man’s Marina Drive home. He was charged with possession of cannabis and committing an indecent act in public, before he was bailed to reappear in court at a later date.
THIEVES took two outboard motors and an inflatable dinghy from a boat at Claremont Yacht Club between October 7 and 9. “They would have either had to swim out or jump over a fence,” People need to at least take responsibility by securing their homes and areas around it. We are getting a lot of pushbikes being knocked off at the moment. A lot of them have been removed from the front yards of homes or mounted on the wall under the car port. So, at least close the roller door or close the door so they can’t be seen on the street. Don’t leave valuables in cars and report all suspicious activity to police and we will respond.
- Senior Sergeant John Waghorn
Senior Sergeant Julie Foley said. In another incident, thieves took a dinghy and its outboard motor worth $3000 from a boat moored at Mosman Bay, Mosman Park between October 8 and 20. Sgt Foley said Water Police had been informed.
IT is alleged a Greenmount woman (42) attempted to steal a car in Oceanic Drive about 10am on October 22.
Senior Sergeant Julie Foley said it would be alleged the woman was found attempting to get into a Hyundai Accent.
She was charged with attempting to steal a motor vehicle before she was bailed to appear in court at a later date.
COTTESLOE LEAVING car keys in a towel
caused a daily swimmer to have his car stolen at the Cottesloe Beach carpark about 7am on September 27.
“So obviously someone was watching him,” Senior Sergeant Julie Foley said.
The thief took the man’s white, 1994-model Volvo, which had not been recovered late last week.
A BURGLAR looking for cash committed three burglaries at businesses between 200 and 260 Stirling Highway overnight on October 24.
“The front windows were smashed, which is unusual,” Senior Sergeant Julie Foley said. Till floats and coins were taken from each business and Sgt Foley said police would like any CCTV from the area.