Western Suburbs Thursday crime wrap

Western Suburbs Thursday crime wrap

POLICE would like to speak to the people pictured in relation to incidents throughout the Western Suburbs in recent weeks.

Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or police on 131 444 to report a crime.

Perth

A fire extinguisher was let off by woman who assaulted the driver of a Red CAT bus while it was moving in Murray Street on November 4.

“The suspect removed the fire extinguisher from the holder and discharged the same so the driver would open the door and allow her to leave,” Senior Sergeant Craig Davis said.

The woman was described as dark skinned, 30 to 40, medium build, she was wearing a black top and light coloured shorts.

Claremont

POLICE believe these men lit a fire behind the Commonwealth Bank in Claremont between 5pm and 7.30pm on  October 8.

Police said the men entered the bin area behind the bank and set fire to the contents of two large skip bins.

The fire is being treated as suspicious, but CCTV captured the above image.

West Perth

A MOTORBIKE and bicycle thief smashed open a security box to get keys into a carpark in Kings Park Road, West Perth about 3.15am on November 20.

“The suspect stole a motorbike and a pushbike by walking each away from the area,” Senior Sergeant Crag Davis said.

Sgt Davis said the thief had smashed the lockbox outside of the carpark to get the key and its fob, before he searched storage rooms.

“At one point he put on gloves and a jumper while attempting to hide his face,” he said.

The thief was described as Caucasian, slim, tall and unshaven.

He was wearing black tracksuit pants, a black T-shirt with white motif on the rear and a black hoodie with a white and black strip on the arms.

BELMONT

A $35,000 handbag was stolen in Perth by a Coolbellup woman from the open boot of a Belmont Porsche found dumped in Hillarys.