IT’S NOT THE SEA­SON OF GIV­ING FOR EV­ERY­ONE

Cockburn Gazette - - STREET WATCH -

Christ­mas is the time for giv­ing – that rule ap­plies to most of us but the bad­dies are the ex­cep­tion. For them, Christ­mas is clearly a time for tak­ing. They like noth­ing bet­ter than break­ing into your houses know­ing that your Christ­mas presents are wrapped and dis­played un­der the fam­ily Christ­mas tree. Bad­dies don’t give a sec­ond thought to the fact that your kids will miss out on re­ceiv­ing their presents or that a lot of thought has been given to se­lect­ing the right gift. Ba­si­cally they are low-life scum­bags who view your hard work and sac­ri­fices as too much of an op­por­tu­nity to pass up. You won’t find too many bad­dies plan­ning and preparing for this Christ­mas. The only plan­ning they will be do­ing is work­ing out how to break into some­one else’s house to steal their valu­ables. Please en­sure that your house is se­cure and make it as dif­fi­cult as pos­si­ble to bur­gle. No­tify your neigh­bours if you are go­ing away for a few days. If you are go­ing away for an ex­tended pe­riod, no­tify your lo­cal po­lice sta­tion. – De­tec­tive Sergeant Gary Th­waites.

1 COOL­BELLUP

A $100,000 speed cam­era was al­legedly dam­aged by a dis­grun­tled mo­torist mo­ments af­ter he was caught speed­ing. Po­lice say the cam­era, which was de­ployed on North Lake Road in Cool­bellup, was dam­aged when the man drove his car into it about 11.30am, De­cem­ber 2. That was af­ter he had yelled at the cam­era op­er­a­tor. Po­lice be­lieve the man was flashed for speed­ing prior to the in­ci­dent. A 31-year-old Hamil­ton Hill man was charged with crim­i­nal dam­age. He will ap­pear in Fre­man­tle Mag­is­trates Court this Fri­day.

2 FRE­MAN­TLE

Po­lice want to speak to the women pic­tured who, they be­lieve, can help with their in­quiries into a steal­ing of­fence in Fre­man­tle. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion can call Fre­man­tle Lo­cal Polic­ing Team 1 on 9430 1222.

Po­lice want to speak to the woman pic­tured in re­la­tion to a steal­ing of­fence in Fre­man­tle about 1.30pm on Novem­ber 27. The woman is de­scribed as dark skinned, slim, of av­er­age height with dark hair tied into a top knot. She was wear­ing a black top and black pants and white metal jew­ellery. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion can call Fre­man­tle Lo­cal Polic­ing Team 1 on 9430 1222.

Po­lice are hop­ing the man pic­tured will be able to help with their in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the theft of an elec­tric bi­cy­cle on Novem­ber 30. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion as to

the iden­tity of the man can call Fre­man­tle Lo­cal Polic­ing Team 1 on 9430 1222.

3 YANGEBUP

A front end loader was used in a car wash ram raid in Yangebup early Wed­nes­day morn­ing. Two of­fend­ers used the loader, be­lieved to have been stolen from Hope Val­ley, to smash their way into the busi­ness on Shall­cross Street about 2.45am. Cash was stolen from a safe be­fore the thieves left in a white ute. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion can call Crime Stop­pers on 1800 333 000 or make a re­port on­line at www.crimestop­per­swa.com.au.

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