Thieves flee with carpets
Three people allegedly stole carpets and a sewing machine from a shop in Jandakot last month.
Police say the incident happened about 5pm on May 11 at the Armadale Road store.
The trio allegedly filled several trolleys with items including the carpets and sewing machine and walked out without attempting to pay.
They were challenged by a staff member but ignored the request to return the items and left the area.
One of the accused is a woman police described as fair-skinned with a slim build and brown hair. She was seen wearing a blue jacket and vest, black pants and white shoes.
A second accused woman is described as fair-skinned with a medium build. She was seen wearing a long-sleeved brown top, black pants and thongs.
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Joondalup detectives are seeking information from the public relating to a burglary in Landsdale last month.
About 8pm on May 12 two men allegedly forced their way into a house on Heathfield Drive and broke into a gun safe.
Police allege the pair stole a rifle and cash before fleeing over the property’s back fence and getting into an older model silver Holden Commodore or Calais sedan.
Both of the accused are described as fair-skinned and about 30 years old. One of the men has dark hair and a thinner build than the other.
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The police transport unit is asking for help with an investigation of damage to public property.
About 12.15pm on February 9, police allege a man graffitied an area within Burswood train station along Goodwood Parade.
He is described as darkskinned with a slim build and facial hair.
The man was seen wearing a black Adidas shirt, blue jeans, sunglasses and a black cap.
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Armadale police are investigating an incident at a school oval in which a four-wheel-drive allegedly rammed a group of kangaroos, killing two of them instantly.
Police allege that about 11.55pm on May 25 the driver of the 4WD drove on to the oval along Admiral Road in Bedfordale and aimed the vehicle at the young kangaroos.
The car also had passengers. Two of the animals were struck and killed instantly, police say.
It is alleged the driver then did some burnouts, destroying grass, and stole a small camper trailer stored on the grounds.
Police want to speak to anyone who can identify the vehicle (possibly a Nissan Patrol or similar), the driver or the passengers.
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Police are seeking information from the public relating to a burglary in Wembley this month.
They allege that about 7.30am on June 1 two women arrived in a light blue Holden Commodore and broke into a residential garage on Joseph Street.
Police say a number of items were stolen before the women drove away, however, it is alleged they returned three Bedfordale. Reference no. 9263 Bennett Springs. Reference no. 9265 more times to steal more items.
It is believed the stolen property is worth between $60,000 and $80,000.
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Two men were allegedly involved in an armed robbery in Bennett Springs last month.
Midland police say the incident happened about 5.20pm on May 9 at a house on Fin Place.
The pair were allegedly at the house to buy a mobile phone from two other men, both in their 30s, when one of the accused grabbed the phone and ran away.
The other accused was stopped from leaving by the sellers, who waited for the first man to return.
When he did, police allege he was armed with a weapon and threatened the victims before the accused pair left in a blue sedan.
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