Bayswater Police believes same group responsible for incidents over weekend in Embelton

Bayswater Police believes same group responsible for incidents over weekend in Embelton

A GROUP of offenders slinging marbles and rocks are believed to be responsible for four burglaries last weekend.

Bayswater Police Senior Sergeant John Waghorn said police thought the same group were involved in the incidents that occurred in Embelton between Friday July 8 and Sunday July 10.

On Saturday July 9, between 9am and 12.20pm, a kitchen window was smashed at a Kingston Street home, opposite Bayswater Waves.

Thieves then allegedly stole or damaged appliances including an iPad and MacBook.

Police found rocks in the kitchen.

Sgt Waghorn said a residence at Lindley Street was also broken into on Saturday between 8.30am and 4.30pm.

The flyscreen was removed and car keys taken and used to steal a Nissan 200SX.

Police later found the vehicle at Embleton Golf Course, with holes through the windows thought to have been made by marbles.

Sgt Waghorn said forensic experts were examining the car.

Also on Lindley Street, the flyscreen of a home was allegedly cut between 3pm on Friday and 3pm on Saturday.

Nothing appeared to have been stolen.

On Sunday, three windows were smashed and the flyscreen was cut on a Collier Road house between midday and 6pm.

Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 if you have any information.