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— Kensington Police (@KensingtonPol) August 12, 2015
Kensington Detectives are seeking information regarding an aggravated armed robbery in Carlisle last night, Thursday 2 July 2015, in which the victim was pushed.
About 7:00pm, a 68 year old woman reversed her Hyundai Santa Fe out of the garage of her Mercury Street home. She left her car idling with the keys in the ignition while she closed the garage doors.
An unknown man riding a bicycle, rode up to the car and jumped inside. The woman grabbed the driver’s door and attempted to get the keys from the ignition.
The man pushed her away and started driving off, pulling the woman down the driveway.
The woman broke free and the man drove off in the Hyundai along Mercury Street, heading towards Oats Street.
The man is described as in his early 20’s approximately 165 centimetres tall of slim build with shoulder length wavy black hair and olive complexion. The man was wearing a black hooded jumper and black pants.
Anyone with information regarding this incident, or who can identify the man is asked to call
Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
A woman stole personal belongings from a Victoria Park office.
At about 11.00am on Friday 29 May 2015, the woman entered the Town of Victoria Park office on Shepperton Road. She made her way to an area restricted to the public and removed a staff member’s phone and wallet from her desk and handbag. The woman attempted to use a credit card in the stolen wallet at a supermarket in Bentley soon afterwards, but was unsuccessful.
Police have released a CCTV image of a woman who they believe can assist them with their inquiries.
If you know the identity of this person or have any information about this offence make a report online or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, where all calls are strictly confidential, and rewards are offered. Please quote Reference Number 7748.
COUNTERFEIT AUSTRALIAN CURRENCY ARREST –
As result of a vehicle stop conducted by Kensington Local Policing Team (LPT) on 8 June 2015, further investigation by Kensington Detectives identified and linked a number of incidents that occurred across several metropolitan districts involving counterfeit Australian $50 notes.
On Monday 29 June 2015, Kensington Detectives with assistance from the Computer Crime Squad, executed a search warrant under the provisions of the Crimes Act 1914 (Cth) at a premise in Gregory Street Belmont.
It is alleged when police arrived they located a man who was engaged in making counterfeit $50 notes. He then attempted to destroy a laptop computer and numerous counterfeit $50 notes that were nearing completion.
During the search of the premise police located and seized:
• In excess of 200 semi completed counterfeit $50 notes ($10,000). These notes were in various stages of completion with some at the very early stages of the counterfeiting process and others almost completed;
• 81 completed counterfeit $50 notes ($4,050);
• Three laptop computers;
• Three combination printers / scanners and assorted tools, templates, stencils and dyes which were consistent with items required for making counterfeit money.
• Quantities of paper, ink and other material, namely plastic adhesive sheeting used in the making of counterfeit money;
• $1,370.00 in genuine Australian currency;
• A small quantity of Methylamphetamine and
• Numerous smoking implements.
A 33 year old Belmont man has been charged with one count each of Making Counterfeit Money; Knowingly Possessed Counterfeit Money; Possess Instruments for Counterfeiting; Possess Materials for Counterfeiting ; Possess Prohibited Drug (Methylamphetamine) and Possess Drug Paraphernalia.
He is due to appear in the Perth Magistrates Court today (30 June 2015).