Police hunt for stolen art

A LOCAL artist called police after the front door of his gallery had been forced open and the premises rummaged through.
Nanjing Night Net

A security alarm was activated when thieves broke into the art gallery near Ngilgi Cave.

Artist Adam Stanley advised a painting, similar to the one pictured, measuring around 500mm x 300mm was stolen.

•In a true case of the underestimated underdog, a man armed with a wooden fence picket defended himself against an attacker with a combat knife, and came off best.

A 22-year-old man was taken to hospital with a fractured forearm after the Anzac Day fight.

It is alleged the man with the combat knife was threatening the other. He has been charged with going armed in public to cause fear.

•An arrest warrant has been issued for the woman involved in a pursuit from Perth to Busselton early last month. The 24-year-old was expected to appear in court on Monday but failed to show.

The 23-year-old man is due to face court in Bunbury next Friday.

•A flare was let off between Quindalup and Siesta Park just before 5am on Monday.

Several people reported the incident to Dunsborough police, however no boat in distress was located.

Acting Sergeant Clay Whitehead from Dunsb-orough police warned people against setting off flares unless in a life-threatening situation.

“There are severe penalties for letting flares off unnecessarily,” he said.

•Thieves broke into a Fairbairn Road home through an open kitchen window on Tuesday afternoon, stealing a white Toshiba notebook and small quantity of prescription medication.

•Residents came home from a holiday last week to discover their Armstrong Road property in Broadwater had been rummaged through. Three passports were stolen in the burglary.

•Cash was stolen from a black Toyota Hilux ute parked at the old Dunsborough boat ramp on Thursday. Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers.

•Dunsborough Police are also seeking information relating to a burglary that occurred in Quedjinup from April 4-25. An orange Stihl chainsaw and a carton of Jack Daniels and Cola was stolen.

A painting similar to this was stolen from a local gallery.

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