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Po­lice are ask­ing for help to iden­tify the man and woman pic­tured, who they be­lieve can help with in­quiries into a steal­ing and fraud in­ci­dent. On May 20, po­lice al­lege a wal­let was stolen from a parked ve­hi­cle in Bea­cons­field and the vic­tim’s bank card used to make a num­ber of fraud­u­lent trans­ac­tions through the South Metropoli­tan area. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion about the in­ci­dent or their iden­tity is asked to call Crime Stop­pers.

Po­lice have sought com­mu­nity help iden­ti­fy­ing two men they be­lieve can as­sist with an in­ves­ti­ga­tion into a re­cent bur­glary. Mur­doch Po­lice said they were look­ing into a bur­glary in Bi­bra

Lake last Tues­day evening and were keen to speak to the two men pic­tured. A Cock­burn Cen­tral res­i­dent was one of two men charged fol­low­ing an in­ves­ti­ga­tion into a series of home bur­glar­ies that even­tu­ally led po­lice to the dis­cov­ery of close to $130,000 cash. Po­lice al­lege the pair stole ve­hi­cles, cash and prop­erty dur­ing in­ci­dents in Green­wood, El­len­brook, Wem­b­ley and Clare­mont in May. Dur­ing one in­ci­dent, the oc­cu­pants of the home were al­legedly threat­ened with a firearm. Of­fi­cers from the Mid­land De­tec­tives Of­fice ex­e­cuted a search war­rant last Tues­day, ar­rest­ing the two men and found $129,900 cash. Pro­ceeds of Crime Squad de­tec­tives Re­port on­line: www.crimestop­per­swa.com.au

Po­lice were called in over the long week­end to dis­perse a party at­tended by about 150 youths. Po­lice went to the Beel­iar Drive prop­erty on the evening of June 4 af­ter sev­eral re­ports of dis­or­derly youths in the street. Po­lice said bot­tles were thrown at of­fi­cers and ve­hi­cles. No da­m­age or in­juries were re­ported.

BEA­CONS­FIELD COCK­BURN CEN­TRAL

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