Thieves flee with car­pets

The West Australian - - CRIME STOPPERS -

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.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 9261.


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.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 9266.


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.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 9262.


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.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 9263.


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.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 9264. ARMED ROB­BERY

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.

Quote ref­er­ence num­ber 9265.

Lands­dale. Ref­er­ence no. 9266

Bur­swood. Ref­er­ence no. 9262

Wem­b­ley. Ref­er­ence no. 9264

Jan­dakot. Ref­er­ence no. 9261

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