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Police target anti-social behaviour in Midland

By Rebecca Peppiatt Midland Police have been ramping up their street presence alongside the mounted section in a special operation targeting anti-social behaviour. “Aristride is an ongoing operation we are running that targets anti-social behaviour such as street drinking and ...

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Eye on Crime

Liquorland thief identity sought At about 6.45pm on Thursday September 2, an unknown male, approximately 30 years old wearing an aboriginal design/artwork polo shirt and a red/black Chicago Bulls cap entered the Liquorland in the Mundaring Village Shopping Centre and ...

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Mural vandalism angers community

By Claire Ottaviano MIDVALE property owner Jim Morgan is offering a $1000 reward for information leading to the apprehension of the “criminals” who defaced a piece of artwork on the side of his building. The 35m wide and 7m tall ...

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Dayton murderer unknown

By Claire Ottaviano FOUR days into the murder investigation of pregnant mother-of-three Janet Dweh, it is still unclear if any potential homicide charges will include the death of her unborn child. No charges have yet been laid for the tragic ...

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Plea for stolen ashes to be returned

By Melissa Sheil HARTFIELD Park in Forrestfield was the scene of a heart-wrenching crime last week, when a woman’s bag containing her son’s ashes was stolen. Seville Grove woman Nina Boe had stopped at Hartfield Park on Friday, August 27 ...

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Hills targeted in crime spree

By Melissa Sheil A GOOSEBERRY Hill home was the target of a terrifying home invasion over the weekend as a gang of youths went on a five hour crime spree across the Perth Hills. Midland detectives are investigating a spate ...

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Baffling case of returned stolen donations

By Claire Ottaviano STOLEN bushfire donations caused outrage at the Gidgegannup Community Recovery Centre last week before the items were mysteriously returned. The items, including $6000 worth of steel capped boots, were reported missing between Saturday, April 3 and Tuesday, ...

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Thoughts on Zig Zag reopening divides

By Melissa Sheil NOTED by City of Kalamunda staff as one of the most “topical issues in recent times”, popular opinion on the fate of the Zig Zag Scenic Drive remains divided according to a community consultation survey. Despite more ...

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Mural to remember Frecka

By Melissa Sheil REMEMBERING a much loved High Wycombe resident who was considered “everyones mate” has been made a bit easier, as a huge mural was painted in Walliston over the weekend to honour his memory.    John Frecker, known ...

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