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Keeping your bike safe and secure with Crime Stoppers WA

Posted October 16 2018 in ,

Crime Stoppers WA is planning a new service that will allow bike owners and related businesses to; list the bikes they own so they can be returned, if stolen. provide WA Police with a tool to instantly search for and find owners of stolen bikes so they can be reunited. check if…

Theft of bronze plaque from Kings Park’s DNA Tower

Posted October 15 2018 in ,

Sometime during the weekend of the 6th and 7th October, a large bronze plaque was stolen from the top of the popular DNA Tower in Kings Park. The distinctive round plaque is 62cm in diameter and shows distances to Perth landmarks like Rottnest, Fremantle Harbour and Perth city from the top of…

Crime Stoppers launches Operation Roam 2018

Posted August 20 2018 in

Call for public to help catch 10 criminals on ‘Rogue Radar’ list.   Crime Stoppers is calling on all members of the public to help track down the 10 outlaws named on this year’s ‘Rogue Radar’ list, some of whom are wanted for serious offences including murder and sexual assault. Operation Roam:…

Lotterywest supports Crime Stoppers WA to develop a multilingual reporting capability

Posted May 20 2018 in

Western Australia is one of the most diverse and fastest growing States in Australia with more than 240 languages spoken in WA. The 2016 Census shows that 17.7% of Western Australians speak a language other than English (LOTE) at home and the number of LOTE speakers has increased by nearly 35% since…

Reward for recovery of stolen 1964 EH Holden

Posted May 10 2018 in

A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information leading to the recovery of a green 1964 EH Holden station wagon stolen from a property on Lilydale Road, Underwood, Tasmania in mid to late March 2018.  It is possible that the vehicle may be interstate. The Holden was stolen along…

Over 57,000 Firearms Surrendered

Posted March 14 2018 in ,

Across Australia, 57,324 firearms were handed in, to be registered or destroyed, between July and September 2017 during the National Firearms Amnesty. This included around 2,500 fully-automatic or semi-automatic guns that were previously unaccounted for, and 2,900 handguns. Officers in Western Australia were handed a Buffalo Arms M1919A4 Browning machine gun which…

Valeria Fermendjin Reward

Posted January 22 2018 in

Investigators are still seeking crucial information to help solve the murder of Valeria Fermendjin over two years ago. The 70-year old grandmother died sometime between 7.20am and 8.30am on January 5, 2016 in her Leach Highway home in Melville. A number of items were stolen from Ms Fermendjin’s home at the time…

Reward to help family of missing mother get answers

Posted December 4 2017 in

The State Government has announced a reward of up to $250,000 for information on the disappearance and suspected murder of Lisa Jane Brown. Lisa, a mother of two young children, was 19 at the time she disappeared from Northbridge during the early hours of November 10, 1998. Lisa’s boyfriend told police that…

Anonymity rules in the valuable world of crime tip-offs

Posted November 15 2017 in ,

What is the secret ingredient that has made Crime Stoppers a community success for the past 23 years in Western Australia? As a board member of Crime Stoppers WA for the past five years, I can answer that question in one word – anonymity. The anonymity concept originated in 1976 when a…

Lisa Govan $250,000 reward

Posted November 1 2017 in

Police Minister Michelle Roberts announced a $250,000 reward for information about the suspected murder of Lisa Govan. Ms Govan, who was 28 years old at the time of her disappearance, vanished from the vicinity of Kalgoorlie’s Foundry Hotel 18 years ago. “Police believe there are people in the community who know what…

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