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Perth police on the lookout for industrial area thief

Aleisha Orr Police want the public’s help to catch a thief or thieves who have targeted businesses in industrial areas of Perth, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage.

Margaret River police hunt Cowramup fibreglass cow thieves

Zannia Yakas Margaret River Police hope to catch the people who stole a fibreglass cow from Cowaramup recently.

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Police investigate three arson attacks

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Police are investigating three arson attacks in Perth's northern suburbs.

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Police search for missing Fremantle man

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Police are searching for a Fremantle man who has been missing since Friday morning.

Police dog "Storm" catches bottleshop boy thief

Robyn Preston Police dog Storm has "clamped down on crime" according to police, after he caught a teenage alochol thief as he tried to run away in Brentwood on Saturday.

WA police crack down on drugged drivers

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Aleisha Orr West Australian police officers have improved ways to identify people driving with drugs in their system.

Officer allegedly kicked in face, police dog threatened in Cloverdale

Liam Ducey A man and a woman from Cloverdale have been arrested after the woman allegedly kicked a police officer in the face while the man allegedly threatened a police dog on Wednesday night.

Perth driver smashes fences in alleged attempt to evade police

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Liam Ducey A man has been charged with multiple driving and assault offences after allegedly taking police on a chase through the northern suburbs on Tuesday night.

Police hunt men who attacked 14 year old girl

Police have asked for the public's assistance in finding two men who attacked a 14-year-old girl in Rivervale on Monday August 4.

Buswell report was 'unhinged' according to WA Police Commissioner

Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan continues to be critical of report into the Buswell investigation.

Aleisha Orr Police Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan has again slammed the report that came out of the parliamentary inquiry into how officers dealt with the investigation of Troy Buswell’s late-night...

Police seek witnesses to Gosnells indecent assault

Police want community help to find a man responsible for an alleged indecent assault in Gosnells.

Police handcuffs to be given to murder victims' parents

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Nicole Cox EXCLUSIVE: WA Police will gift a pair of police handcuffs to the parents of two Melbourne women who were raped and murdered in one of Australia’s most heinous crimes.

Police name suspected Dianella homicide victim

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Major Crime Squad detectives are investigating a suspected homicide that occurred on Grand Promenade in Dianella overnight.

Police hunt black Saab after high-speed chase

Liam Ducey Police were engaged in a high-speed chase with a black Saab from South Perth to the northern suburbs on Tuesday afternoon.

Kenwick man charged after bashing former girlfriend, assaulting ambulance officer: police

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A 24-year-old Kenwick man who repeatedly bashed his former girlfriend over a period of a day and then attacked a St John Ambulance officer has been charged by Kensington Detectives with assault.

Police raid Rebels bikies in South West

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Nicole Cox Police have launched simultaneous dawn raids on several properties believed to be linked to the Rebels bikie gang in WA’s south-west.

WA police could seize beggars' coins as proceeds of crime

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Brendan Foster Western Australian police say it's "too early to say" if it will follow Melbourne's lead and seize beggars coins as proceeds of crime if the City of Perth introduces a begging ban.

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Son of WA's police chief gets home detention

A magistrate has granted the West Australian police commissioner's son home detention despite prosecutors describing him as a "man capable of extreme violence".

Retirement age change considered in WA police reform

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West Australian police officers could be forced to retire by a certain age if they are too old for frontline duty.

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Police turn up heat on cold-case sex assault

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Police have issued a photograph of a man they want to speak to about a series of sex offences in the 1970s.