– Fre­man­tle Of­fi­cer in Charge Brad War­bur­ton 1BEACONSFI­ELD

Cockburn Gazette - - STREET WATCH -

ABOUT 2pm on Sun­day Fe­bru­ary 14, a woman en­tered a liquor drive-through store on South Street, pick­ing up a purse that had been dropped by an­other cus­tomer and tak­ing out all the money. An em­ployee ap­proached the woman and asked her to re­turn the money. The woman de­nied steal­ing the money, be­com­ing ag­gres­sive and hit­ting an em­ployee in the chest be­fore run­ning away. Po­lice be­lieve the woman pic­tured can help with their in­quiries. She is de­scribed as be­ing dark skinned, be­tween 20 and 30 years old with a medium build, brown shoul­der length hair and a tat­too on her left up­per fore­arm. She was wear­ing a bright or­ange/pink top with black pants and black sun­glasses. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion is asked to call Crime Stop­pers.


THE Ar­son Squad is in­ves­ti­gat­ing a fire that broke out at Fridge and Washer City in O’Con­nor at 3am on Fe­bru­ary 24. The fire caused $300,000 in dam­age..


A SUC­CESS man has been charged af­ter al­legedly light­ing a fire on Ar­madale Road in Haynes. The Depart­ment of Fire and Emer­gency Ser­vices were called to Ar­madale Road, near the in­ter­sec­tion of Tonkin High­way, about 12.40am on Fe­bru­ary 14. Af­ter DFES deemed the fire sus­pi­cious, South East Metropoli­tan Re­sponse of­fi­cers were called in, lo­cat­ing a man soon af­ter and tak­ing him into cus­tody. Ar­son Squad In­ves­ti­ga­tors charged the 33-year-old with five counts of light­ing a fire likely to en­dan­ger or dam­age.

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