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Hands Together For PD Grover

PD Grover and his Dad Mitch were recently deployed to Kellerberrin as part of a team conducting a search warrant at a property in the area. A quantity of Cannabis, cash and smoking implements were located and seized during the search.

PD Grover and Mitch then headed to Kiwirrkurra (near the NT Border in the North Gibson Desert) where they searched vehicles entering the community.

Whilst there they also attended the local school so the children could meet PD Grover and learn about what he does.

This recent deployment shows the great work our drug detection dogs do all over our vast state.

Check out those booties!

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Can You Assist Kensington Detectives With Locating This Person?

Kensington Detectives are seeking assistance from the public to locate 18 year old Tristan Boyd Yarran.

Police believe Mr Yarran can assist with their investigation into burglary offences that occurred in the Belmont and Como areas.

Mr Yarran is described as being dark skinned, approximately 170cm tall with a slim build, short dark brown hair and brown eyes. He has a large tattoo of the word ‘Yarran’ on the inside of his left lower arm.

It is believed he may frequent the Belmont, Kewdale, Subiaco, Lockridge and Ellenbrook areas.

Anyone with information in relation to the current whereabouts of Mr Yarran is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au

Look Out To Be Kept For – These Newbies

The wait is over… WA Police vehicles are now being rolled out with improved lights, sirens and markings including Twitter addresses (handles).

WA Police is the first police force in Australia to have Twitter addresses on marked vehicles.

Look out for the new vehicles in the Mundajong, Eucla and Wongan Hills areas. With many more coming to an area near you.

Can You Assist Police With Identification Of This Person?

‪#‎Canyouhelp‬ – Police would like to speak with the man pictured.

A man attended Cannington Police Station on Monday 28 March 2016 and handed Police some property he had located.

The man left the Police station without providing his name, contact number or any details about how he came to be in possession of the property items.

Subsequent checks made by Police discovered that the items of property were stolen from a burglary in Perth several days prior. Despite extensive enquiries by Police to identify the man, his identity remains unknown.

Police have released a CCTV image of the man who they believe can assist them with their inquiries.

If you know the identity of this person make a report online at crimestopperswa.com.au or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, where all calls are strictly confidential, and rewards are offered. Please quote Reference Number 8115.

Kensington Detectives Charge Car Thieves

STEAL MOTOR VEHICLE – WELSHPOOL

Kensington Detectives have charged three men following the theft of six vehicles from a car yard in Welshpool early Friday morning, 27 May 2016.

It is alleged that at approximately 1:18am the gates of the yard were rammed by a Chevy Suburban before a number of people entered the car yard on Welshpool Road. Vehicle windows were smashed and lock boxes forced open to gain access to the vehicle keys.

In total, nineteen vehicles were entered, with many being moved so that specifically targeted vehicles could be accessed. Many of the vehicles moved were damaged, while six vehicles were stolen.

Kensington Detectives took carriage of the investigation and by 5pm 27 May 2016, had recovered:
– A Holden SSV Commodore sedan in Wattle Grove
– A Holden Calais sedan in Queens Park
– A Subaru WRX in Queens Park
– A Holden Commodore SS utility in Gosnells
– A Holden Commodore SSV utility in Byford.

During the investigation a jet ski and trailer believed to be stolen from a residential property in Queens Park was also recovered.

A 28 year old man from Warnbro was arrested in Wattle Grove and has been charged with:
– Steal Motor Vehicle
– 3 x Possession of Stolen or Unlawfully Obtained Property
– No Authority to Drive.

He appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court Saturday, 28 May 2016 and was remanded in custody.

At approximately 2:08pm yesterday, Saturday 28 May 2016, Traffic Enforcement Group Officers sighted the remaining vehicle, a white Holden Commodore, utility travelling on Armadale Road, Forrestdale. It is alleged that the vehicle failed to stop for police and travelled at speed through Harrisdale and Canning Vale in an attempt to evade police.

The utility attempted to go off-road on Skeet Road, Harrisdale but became bogged and the two occupants fled on foot. Officers from Kensington Detectives, Traffic Enforcement Group, Dog Squad and Response Group searched the area and two men were arrested a short time later after allegedly breaking into and hiding in a member of the public’s house.

A 41 year old man from Perth was charged with Steal Motor Vehicle. He appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court today, 29 May 2016 and was remanded in custody.

A 41 year old man from Lockridge was charged with:
– Burglary and Commit
– Unlicensed Person Possess Firearm/Ammunition
– Possess a Prohibited Drug (Methylamphetamine)
– Stealing

He appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court today, 29 May 2016 and was remanded in custody.

Anyone with information in relation to this incident is asked to call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 or to make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.

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WA Police

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Gwelup & Innaloo Armed Robber Arrested & Charged

Armed Robberies Arrest (Gwelup and Innaloo) – Mirrabooka Detectives have charged a man in relation to two armed robbery incidents in Gwelup and Innaloo yesterday afternoon, Friday 29 April 2016.

About 1:15pm a man entered a bottle shop on North Beach Road, Gwelup and picked up a carton of alcoholic drinks. It will be alleged the man tried to leave the store without paying, and when confronted by a staff member he showed the staff member he was armed with a knife and warned the staff member not to try to stop him.

A short time later a person matching the same description entered a bottle shop on Ellen Stirling Boulevard, Innaloo and picked up a carton of alcoholic drinks. It will be alleged the man tried to leave the store without paying, and when confronted by a staff member he showed the staff member he was armed with a knife.

Detective First Class Constable Karen HIGGS from Mirrabooka Detectives said a man was arrested as a result of information obtained from the public.

“After the incident in Innaloo a customer at the shop noted the details of a vehicle the offender left the scene in. Acting on that information a search warrant was executed in Clarkson and a 20 year old man was arrested, and items of interest to the investigation were seized.

“Unfortunately the member of the public left the shop and didn’t leave their details. We would be very interested to speak to that person and we ask that they come forward and contact us.” Detective HIGGS added.

A 20 year old man from Clarkson has been charged with two counts of Armed Robbery and one count of Breach of Bail Undertaking. He was refused bail and is due to appear in the Perth Magistrates Court today, Saturday 30 April 2016.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report the information online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.

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WA POLICE

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WA Police Response Regarding Macro Investigation

WA Police – Macro Investigation

Please find below a WA Police response to recent media reports regarding the Macro investigation, which is our Special Crime Squad’s investigation into the murders of Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon, and the disappearance of Sarah Spiers in 1996 and 1997.

“Speculation about operational lines of inquiry with regards to the Macro investigation has the potential to damage the investigation, impact negatively on any future prosecutions and to further traumatise the families of the victims. A major investigation such as this cannot be an ‘open book’, and operational outcomes must be prioritised over media interest.

“Maintaining the operational integrity of this investigation is paramount if we are to bring the offender, or offenders, to justice. It is WA Police policy not to comment about the Macro investigation. However on this occasion police would like to correct reports that number plates captured on video in Claremont on March 14, 1997, were not checked – that is inaccurate.

“WA Police is committed to solving these crimes and has a dedicated team of detectives within the Special Crime Squad utilising the latest investigative techniques and technologies to identify the offender, or offenders.”

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WA POLICE

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Did You See The Crash In Quinninup Yesterday?

Manjimup police are investigating a serious crash which occurred in Quinninup yesterday, 26 April 2016.

Around 4:45pm, a 51 year old woman was driving a beige coloured Hyundai Santa Fe, north on the South West Highway.

The woman lost control of the vehicle, left the road and collided with a tree approximately 3km south of Wheatley Coast Road in Quinninup.

The woman received serious injuries and was trapped in the vehicle before being extracted by DFES personnel. She was airlifted to Royal Perth Hospital by the RAC rescue helicopter.

A 16 year old male who was a passenger in the front seat of the vehicle was not injured.

Police would like to speak to anyone who may have seen the crash, or saw the Hyundai Santa Fe prior to the crash. Anyone with any information is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au

SOURCE: South West District – WA Police

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Banksia Grove Fatal Shooting

Police were called to Cassia Link in Banksia Grove around 10:30pm on Tuesday 26 April 2016. .

Major Crime Squad detectives are investigating the incident in which shots were fired resulting in a man in his 20s dying and two other men in their 20s and 50s suffering gunshot wounds.

The injured men were taken to hospital.

Anyone with any information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or report the information online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.

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These Men May Be Able To Assist Police With A Burglary Inquiry. Do You Know Them? Can You Help?

‪#‎Canyouhelp‬ – Belmont police are investigating a burglary that occurred at a premises on Wright Street in Kewdale on Friday 18 March 2016.

At about 6.10pm, four men approached the house and two of the men remained on the street acting as a lookout. The other two men entered the rear garden and attempted to force entry by kicking the rear door. A lone occupant of the house confronted the men who then ran away. All four men got onto a bus nearby and left the area together.

Police have released CCTV images of four men who they believe can assist them with their inquiries.

If you know the identity of these people or have any information about this offence make a report online at crimestopperswa.com.au or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, where all calls are strictly confidential, and rewards are offered. Please quote Reference Number 8092.

I Was Ripped Off By CRUSADER REMOVALS WA

I write this account of our experience with a removals and storage company without prejudice. The purpose of writing this account is to make others aware so that no one else gets ripped off as we did. I attest that the following is true and correct. Steven Dow

In January 2015 circumstances arose where we had need to store our furniture and move in with family.

We chose CRUSADER REMOVALS

https://www.facebook.com/CrusaderRemovalsWA/

This was to be my big mistake. Our furniture was with Crusader Removals for 15 months. We have never been receipted for any payments made to this company. Once after 6 months we were finally sent an invoice, a large one. We paid it off. Meanwhile time is passing and we await the official acknowledgement of payment and balance. NEVER HAPPENED. They failed to credit us around $180.00 that we overpayed on the first invoice.

It took many emails and phone calls to Crusader Removals and in particular a person called Nathan to get another invoice, 7 months later. My requests were ignored.
I emailed him how I would proceed through official channels. He accused me of threatening him and because I owed him money I had No Rights. He told me to go ahead with my complaints.
Finally on the 14th of April 2016 they send me two invoices which had to be paid before our furniture and belongings were delivered on the 16th April.
On this occasion we were ripped off again by over $400. The invoices had to be paid prior to delivery. No Payment No Furnture! No Belongings!

Nathan of Crusader Removals had the power in his hands to charge us what he saw fit. Which is exactly what he did. He knew we were pensioners and I believe he preyed on us.

We now realise we were ripped off on pick up too, except they were a bit more subtle that time and increased the hours.
I have copies of the emails I have sent that have been ignored. I have records of phone calls made that were also ignored.
I also have copies of the emails that were sent with invoices and some minor replies. My Major concerns were never addressed.

To add insult to injury we find that some of our furniture is broken, some screws were missing to reassemble dining tables that they dismantled and did not put back together. We are still going through boxes and finding broken items a clear indication of mishandling. Some things never even turned up. Funny how on pick up they made such a show of marking off what we had and labelling it, yet on drop off no confirmation was performed.

It took two men 45 minutes to unload one small truck, (imagine how quick load up was) they had easy access and their job was made easy for them. That includes toilet and smoke break. The people that uploaded and that delivered our furniture were polite and done their job. That is not where the problem lies.

I DO NOT Want this to happen to anyone else. I am not asking anyone to take sides, But, Please, if you agree that people should not be ripped off share this post. If it saves one person from going through this it will be worth it.

At the time of publishing there has been no email from Crusader Removals asking for our bank account details to give our money back.

 

I DO NOT TRUST

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A Group Of Ten Youths Robbed A Boy Of His Ipad. Can You Help With Any Information?

Rockingham Detectives are seeking information regarding an incident in Cooloongup on Saturday, 9 April 2016.

About 11am, a 15 year old boy was cycling along Cuthbertson Drive, when he was approached by a group of approximately 10 youths (16 to 17yrs) on bicycles near Elanora Drive. The group rode their bicycles in front of the victim, blocking his path.

One of the group threatened the victim, demanding he give them his bag. As one of the youths grabbed the bag, the victim’s black coloured iPad mini fell out of the bag. The group rode off, stealing the iPad.

Three of the group are described as:-
• A fair skinned male, approximately 160cms tall, with a slim build and scraggy brown hair. He was wearing a t-shirt and shorts as well as a baseball cap. He was riding a black and gold patterned BMX bicycle.
• A fair skinned male, approximately 175cms tall with a medium build, light orange hair going blonde. He was wearing a white t-shirt and shorts, riding a white coloured mountain bike.
• A girl left the group and offered to try and get the victims iPad back. She was fair skinned, very slim, short with long rainbow coloured hair with blonde re-growth.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or report the information online atwww.crimestopperswa.com.au.

Source: WA Police – South Metro District

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Rockingham Detectives Need Your Help. Do You Have Any Information In Relation To This Rockingham Incident?

Rockingham Detectives are seeking information regarding an incident in Rockingham in the early hours of Tuesday, 12 April 2016.

Just after 4am, a man holding a crowbar and with his face covered, entered a lunch bar located on Dixon Road.

The man demanded money from a staff member. When the man was told there wasn’t any money he threatened the staff member before leaving the store.

He is described as being 16 to 19 years of age, approximately 174cms tall, with a slim build and an olive complexion.

He was wearing dark coloured pants and a black hoodie with the hood pulled up over his head.

Police would like to speak to anyone who was in the area around the time of the incident who may have seen any suspicious activity (i.e. person/vehicle).

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or report the information online atwww.crimestopperswa.com.au.

Source: WA Police – South Metro District

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Public Assistance Requested. Can You Assist Mirrabooka Detectives?

Mirrabooka detectives are seeking the public’s assistance in relation to a robbery that occurred in Balga on Friday 15 January 2016.

About 10.45pm a 15 year old boy was at a fast food outlet on Wanneroo Road.

Whilst the boy was seated and eating his meal, a man approached him and offered to sell him a quantity drugs. The boy refused to purchase the drugs but offered the man $2 as he was previously heard asking other patrons for loose change.

The man grabbed the boy’s mobile phone and threatened the boy with violence before leaving the store in possession of the boy’s phone.

Police have released a CCTV image of a man who they believe can assist them with their inquiries into this incident.

The man is described as:

• Light skinned
• Late teens to early 20’s in age
• Approximately 185cm tall
• Thin build
• Dirty blonde hair with three rat tails on the back.
• Chipped front teeth
• Plaster cast on his right forearm
• Wearing a white Everlast T-shirt, blue shorts and white and red ‘Nike’ Air Max shoes.

If you know the identity of this person or have any information about this offence make a report online at crimestopperswa.com.au or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, where all calls are strictly confidential, and rewards are offered. Please quote Reference Number 8072.

Source: WA Police

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Can You Assist Midland Detectives With Any Information In Relation To This Incident..

Midland detectives are seeking the public’s assistance following an incident at a fast food restaurant in Midvale on Saturday 10 April 2016.

About 5.20pm a man entered the store on Great Eastern Highway and spoke to staff, during which another customer entered the store. The man waited near the cash register and when the staff member opened the till the man leaned over the counter and grabbed a handful of cash. Staff and the customer attempted to intervene however the man left the store with a quantity of cash.

He was last seen running across Great Eastern Highway towards Bellevue.

Police have released CCTV images of a male who they believe can assist them with their inquiries into this incident.

The male is described as:
– Fair skinned
– Approximately 180cms tall
– 28-30 years old
– Medium build
– Unshaven
– Short brown hair
– Tattoo on the left side of his neck and forearm
– Crooked teeth
– Wearing a grey hooded jacket with a dark motif on the front, black shorts and thongs.

If you know the identity of this person or have any information about this offence make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, where all calls are strictly confidential, and rewards are offered.

Please quote Reference Number 8080.

Source: WA Police

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This Man Wanted For Armed Robbery. Seen Him?

Regional Investigations Unit detectives are seeking assistance from the public regarding an armed robbery that occurred in Burswood on Wednesday 2 March 2016.

About 10.40pm a man entered a business on Teddington Road armed with what is believed to be a syringe and demanded cash. After being given a quantity of cash the man left the store.

The man is described as being fair skinned, approximately 170cms tall with a medium build, balding shaved head and tattoos on his chest. Hewas wearing a black jacket, dark pants, boots, gloves and sunglasses.

Anyone with information in relation to this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au

Source: WA Police

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Man & Woman Sought For Inquiries. Do You Know Them?

Murdoch Police are hoping to identify this man and woman who can assist with their inquiries into a stolen vehicle.

Sometime between 6pm on 31 March and 7.30am on 1 April a grey 2002 Holden Commodore and personal belongings were stolen from a residence in Signal Terrace Cockburn.

The man is described as being of a slim build, with short brown hair, unshaven, fair skin, and believed to have a faint tattoo on the rear of his left calf. He was wearing a white/black striped v-neck top, black shorts with white stripes, and black/red runners.

The woman is described as being of a heavy build, with long black hair in a bun, tanned skin,and believed to have a tattoo on right side of her neck. She was was wearing a blue/white checked flannel shirt, light coloured shorts, and red runners.

Anyone who can assist is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au and quote reference number 8079.

Source:  WA Police

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Drugs Seized From Vessel At Wyndham Port

‪#‎TougherForCrooks‬ – Wyndham Search Warrant – 55 year old man from Broome arrested

Broome and Kununurra Detectives arrested a 55 year old man yesterday in Wyndham after a search warrant was executed on a vessel at the Wyndham Port.

At 7:40am (Monday 11 April 2016) Detectives sought the assistance of officers from Kununurra and Wyndham police, Northern Territory Police and Department of Transport, to search a vessel at the Wyndham Port. Northern Territory Police utilised a drug dog to complete the search.

It will be alleged a number of clip seal bags of Methylamphetamine weighing approximately 28grams and other drug paraphernalia were located inside the cabin area of the vessel.

A 55 year old man from Broome was arrested and he has been charged with one count each of Possession of a Prohibited Drug with Intent to Sell or Supply (Methylamphetamine) and Possessed Drug Paraphernalia.

He was bailed and is due to appear in the Broome Magistrates Court on Monday 18 April 2016.

Department of Transport will continue to make further inquiries.

Source: WA Police

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