MAKE SHOW TIME A HAPPY EXPERIENCE
BEING at the Perth Royal Show can be a great family experience if you take the right precautions against some of the crime which could affect your big day out. If you have left your car outside the showgrounds, make sure all the valuables are removed. We are experiencing an increase in thefts from motor vehicles, and at the show cars will offer targets for thieves. Be vigilant and make sure your valuables are safe when you are walking through the showgrounds. Mobile phones, credit cards, small wallets and bags are items which thieves target in the showgrounds. Don't put bags on top of prams where they can be grabbed, or down on the ground while you are on a show ride expecting then to be there when you return. Children must have some sort of identification that can reconnect them with their parents if they are lost. - Sergeant Carol Vernon
POLICE have released an image of a man sought since August over multiple burglaries in the northern suburbs. The featured grab is from an incident at a Shiraz Boulevard drive-thru coffee outlet in Pearsall about 3.15am on August 6. CCTV footage shows a white Toyota Echo arrive at the drive-thru premises before a man leaves the passenger seat and attempts to gain entry to the kiosk. The man leaves after being unable to access the building. Police said he was wanted for other burglaries across the
district between July 31 and August 10. Call Crime Stoppers and quote reference number 84469 if you recognise the man.
A WOMAN was allegedly more than six times the blood alcohol limit when she crashed a car into a garage in Carramar on September 16. Police gave the 30-year-old woman a preliminary breath-test about 3.30pm, alleging she blew 0.341. They later tested her for an official
reading, in which she allegedly returned 0.330. The legal limit is 0.05. She was charged with driving under the influence.
POLICE wish to speak with the man pictured over a theft from a Banksia Grove liquor store. The theft happened about 2.45pm on September 12 at a Joondalup Drive business. Call Crime Stoppers with information.