Busy evening throughout Australind

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Justin FrisSouth Western Times
Australind police were kept busy overnight.
Camera IconAustralind police were kept busy overnight. Credit: Peter de Kruijff

Australind police have been kept busy overnight, with several incidents garnering their attention.

Four vehicles were broken into throughout the Australind area on Tuesday evening, including one reported incident at the Raymond Road carpark.

In addition, Australind police officer-in-charge Sen. Sgt Mark Smith confirmed four persons of interest from Bunbury were assisting with inquiries after ambulance personnel disturbed offenders breaking into the Australind SES Unit building earlier this morning.

“The gates were rammed with a vehicle that was stolen from Bunbury overnight and it was actually the St Johns Ambulance staff next door who heard and observed the offenders,” Sen. Sgt Smith said. “The offenders burnt the vehicle before fleeing on foot.”

Police are following up a line of inquiry into both incidents.

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Two push bikes were also stolen during a burglary along Aquamarine Terrace in Australind at 5am this morning.

A offender was sighted outside the residence shining a torch when spotted, with the homeowner immediately contacting police.

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