Perth incidents prompts police call for public help

Perth incidents prompts police call for public help

WA POLICE seek assistance from the public regarding two separate incidents in Perth during October.

A man took a brown Hugo Boss wallet from the counter of an office being cleaned on Stirling Street about 10.30am on October 11.

Police said the wallet held cash and personal papers.

Police want to speak to a man who may assist them with their inquiry.

The man was described as tan skinned, 25-30 years old, medium build, facial hair, and wore a black baseball cap, a black hooded jacket over a ‘Run DMC’ T-shirt, white three-quarter length shorts and running shoes.

Meanwhile, a slingshot was used to hurl a projectile at a glass door and damaged it at a business on Nash Street in Perth about 6.50pm on October 15.

Police said CCTV showed a man walking on Nash Street before the incident, and the man then walking away.

He was described as light-skinned, 14-18 years old, medium build, dark hair, and wore a white patterned T-shirt, khaki shorts with ‘Skins’ sports tights underneath and running shoes, while carrying a small bag over his shoulder.

Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.