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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.
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