Western Suburbs Weekly - - Streetwatch -


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.

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