THE year is wrapping up soon but crime won’t sleep once the holidays roll around.
Many offenders have managed to evade WA Police in 2019 and here are some people still on the move.
If you have any information about the identity of these people or details of the offences please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.
Callers can remain anonymous and rewards are available once charges are laid.
Please quote the reference number listed on the Crimestoppers page.
1. Forklift theft, Osborne Park
Police are still searching for the robber who stole a forklift from an Osborne Park property between April 30 and May 4.
The forklift is a yellow Hyster which was at a White Street home.
Police have released an image of the man they believe can help them in their inquiries.
The man is described as light brown skinned, around 30 years of age, with medium build and short dark hair.
He was wearing a baseball cap, white t-shirt with motif on the front and dark shorts.
2. Assault, Cockburn Central
A woman reportedly bit the arm of a security officer at Cockburn Gateway Shopping City while trying to get away on November 7.
The woman was confronted over a suspected stolen suitcase on display and a 10 pack of mixed spirits from a liquor store at about 2.25pm.
Police said the bite pierced the officer’s arm and drew blood.
A short time later, the same women entered another liquor store nearby, placed two packs of pre-mixed spirits inside a handbag and left without paying.
One of the women was described as light-skinned, about 20 years old with a thin build and light brown, shoulder-length hair.
She has a written tattoo on her left collarbone and was wearing a black and white top.
The second woman also has light skin, was about 35 years old with a medium build, shoulder-length blonde hair and was wearing a white top.
3. Threats, Subiaco
A woman was at a hair dressing salon on Hay Street, Subiaco with three young children around midday on November 27.
After the hair treatment was completed four hours later, she paid and left the store with the three children and all were seen getting into a small white vehicle with a man.
Around 4.30pm, the man from the vehicle entered the store and made threats to harm the owner and her business as he and his partner were not happy with the hair treatment.
He then kicked a glass panel before leaving the area.
Police have released an image of the man who they believe may be able to assist them with their investigation.
The man is described as light skinned, around 30 years of age, medium build with short hair. He was wearing a grey t-shirt and dark shorts.
4. Fraud, Bibra Lake/Kardinya
An elderly woman in her 90s was the victim of a fraud at her Bibra Lake home at around 7pm on October 8.
The woman answered a knock on the front door of her home on Annois Road to find a young woman asking for a glass of water.
She left to get a glass of water from the kitchen and the young woman left after drinking it.
When the elderly woman looked around her home, she realised that a wallet with a debit card, which were her retirement savings, had been stolen.
The debit card was used a short time later at a nearby supermarket, several stores at a Kardinya shopping precinct and for a taxi ride.
The value of the fraudulent transactions amounted to more than $500.
Police have released CCTV images of two women who they believe may be able to assist them with their investigation.
The first woman is described as aged in her 20’s, medium build, dark hair tied up and she was wearing a green sleeveless top and dark long pants.
The second woman is described as dark skinned, solid build, dark long hair and she was wearing a dark coloured ‘Lonsdale’ top and blue long pants.
5. Aggravated armed robbery, Belmont