South Perth: $68,000 worth of goods stolen from businesses on Canning Highway

One of the men police are looking for after robberies on Canning Highway.
Police are seeking this man.
One of the men police are looking for after robberies on Canning Highway. Police are seeking this man.

THIEVES stole more than $68,000 worth of items after they separately broke into and robbed two stores on two different occasions in South Perth.

The property was stolen from the shops on Canning Highway between Tuesday, August 28, and Monday, September 11.

Cannington Detectives said the August incident happened about 3.35am when a man forced his way into a store and stole several items, including bicycle frames, worth more than $33,000.

The second incident happened between the time the business closed on Monday, September 10, and 7am on Tuesday, September 11.

Police said a man forced his way into the store before stealing items valued at more than $35,000, including a bike worth about $13,000.

The bike belonged to a customer and it was in for repairs.

Police have released CCTV images of men they believe could help with their investigations.

The first man, associated with the August burglary, was last seen wearing a hooded jacket, long pants and was carrying a backpack at the time.

The second man, who police believe can assist with the September 11 incident, was last seen wearing black clothing.

Anyone with information has been asked to make a report online at crimestopperswa.com.au or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.