Crime Watch: Stirling Station bike thefts

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KARRINYUP

POLICE are trying to identify a man in relation to a fraudulent $10,000 transaction.

A man withdrew $10,000 from a Karrinyup bank at about 11.30am on Saturday, May 26, last year. The victim contacted police after noticing the transaction on his account statement.

Police have released CCTV images (above) of a man who they believe may be able to assist them with their investigation.

He is described as aged about 35 with light skin, medium build and short, dark hair. He was wearing a black top and black long pants. Report information using reference number 9153.

The man police are trying to identify.

 

STIRLING

SCARBOROUGH police have received several reports of bikes stolen from Stirling station in the past week.

In one incident, a woman reported her bike was stolen from inside the bike shelter on February 27. Two other bikes were stolen from Osborne Park recently and one from a Churchlands property.

Police will monitor the station and encourage bike owners to continue to secure their bikes and report any suspicious activity.

 

OSBORNE PARK

AN East Perth man has been charged with stealing and burglary in Osborne Park.

The 36-year-old allegedly stole items from a Main Street service station on February 10, 14 and 24.

During the first offence, he is alleged to have left without paying for seven cans of an energy drink, five mobile phone power packs, Bluetooth devices and Pringles, worth a total of more than $300.

Scarborough police charged the man with stealing offences. The store owner banned the man from the store for a year on February 25, but the man returned several hours later and allegedly stole items again.

Police charged him with stealing and burglary, as he was not allowed to enter the store, and he has been remanded in custody.

 

Report information to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or here

Scarborough Police (non-urgent issues): 9441 6400