Crime Watch: Woman wanted over Innaloo assault

Scarborough Police Senior Sergeant Craig Wanstall.
Scarborough Police Senior Sergeant Craig Wanstall.

“THE stealing of motorcycles and scooters has increased in the last week.

“I urge owners to be wary and ensure they are locked and secured.

“Scarborough Police have received reports of 10 stolen motor vehicles since March 29, including two off-road motorbikes and two quad bikes stolen from a garage on Edward Street in Osborne Park.

“Scooters were stolen from a carport in Doubleview and Glendalough Station, a motorbike taken from Karrinyup Waters Resort in Gwelup, a car stolen from Coral Street in Scarborough and an Australia Post worker had their Honda motorbike taken from Doubleview after it had broken down.”

– Scarborough Police Senior Sergeant Craig Wanstall


Witness assaulted

POLICE need help identifying a woman in relation to stealing and assault offences in Innaloo.

A woman removed several items on display outside a Scarborough Beach Road store at 12.15pm on March 14.

A female witness notified a store manager and both approached the woman, requesting the items back.The woman returned one item but refused to hand back the others.

She then punched the witness in the head and dragged her to the ground by her ponytail before kicking her in the head.

A man walking with the woman did nothing in an attempt to stop the woman.

Police want to speak to the woman pictured below, who is described as light-skinned, aged about 35, with a solid build and dark hair.

She was wearing a black and white star top and long dark pants.

The woman police want to speak to about an Innaloo incident.


Clothing taken

POLICE are investigating after clothing worth nearly $600 was stolen from Karrinyup Shopping Centre.

A man was captured on CCTV taking the piece of clothing and leaving the store without paying about 1pm on Thursday, March 21.

Police are trying to identify the man pictured, who is described as light-skinned, aged 20 to 25, with medium build and dark, wavy hair.

He was wearing a grey T-shirt, long dark pants and dark shoes, and has a tattoo on his inner right forearm.


Police are trying to identify this man.

Post theft

A WOMAN has been charged with stealing 100 mail items from letterboxes in Glendalough.

Scarborough police arrested the 47-year-old on March 31 over the theft of letters from a set of units.

She is facing charges of possessing stolen or unlawfully obtained property, obstructing/hindering police and refusing to provide personal details.


Report information to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online here

Scarborough Police (non-urgent issues): 9441 6400