Street Watch

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CURRAMBINE

PO­LICE are still search­ing for a man who sex­u­ally as­saulted a young woman as she walked from Currambine train sta­tion re­cently. The woman was walk­ing across the car park about 11.45pm on March 4 when she no­ticed a man in front of her act­ing sus­pi­ciously. He slowed down and al­lowed her to pass him, but fol­lowed her along Sun­lan­der Drive. As the vic­tim ap­proached Burns Beach Road op­po­site a ser­vice sta­tion, the man grabbed her from be­hind and in­de­cently as­saulted her. The woman screamed and the of­fender ran off. The of­fender was de­scribed as a light­skinned male about 160cm tall with a slim build and dark cloth­ing. Con­tact Joon­dalup De­tec­tives on 9400 0888.

HIL­LARYS

A HIL­LARYS man has been charged over two re­cent bank rob­beries. The 46-year-old man al­legedly held up an In­naloo out­let on Fe­bru­ary 28 and a Bull Creek premises on March 2. On each occasion he was ac­cused of hand­ing a note to a bank teller which said he had a gun. He al­legedly left with a bag of cash in the first in­ci­dent, but left empty-handed in the se­cond. Po­lice send out a re­quest for in­for­ma­tion on Mon­day and had charged him with two counts of armed rob­bery by Tues­day.

ALEXAN­DER HEIGHTS

A TEENAGER’S two mo­tor­cy­cle bud­dies did not stop to help him when he crashed an off-road bike into the back of a car on a pub­lic road and suf­fered se­ri­ous head in­juries in Alexan­der Heights on Thurs­day. In­stead, they rode away and left the driver of the car to tend to the in­jured 16-year-old boy. The teenager was rid­ing an un­reg­is­tered off-road mo­tor­cy­cle west along Maranga­roo Drive about 6.15pm. He was with two oth­ers rid­ing sim­i­lar ma­chines when he crashed into the rear of a Ford Ter­ri­tory trav­el­ling in the same di­rec­tion. The car stopped at the scene and the other two mo­tor­cy­cles con­tin­ued rid­ing west along Maranga­roo Drive. The boy was taken to Royal Perth Hos­pi­tal. Any­one with in­for­ma­tion can call Crime Stop­pers.

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