Police warn: keep an eye on suspicious behaviour

Neighbourhood Watch Column by Lisa Allen

Two Wells Neighbourhood Watch would like to remind people to be vigilant around the community as police suggest a lot of theft and property damage around the area. Police report Two Wells Primary School was damaged through the school holidays and Bethesda Road development construction equipment has been damaged.

Theft for both domestic and businesses are being targeted.

Thefts of car possessions are still ongoing along with theft of shed possessions, motorbikes as well as fuel from the Two Wells BP service station.

A number of wheelie bins have been reported lost.

Please report any suspicious behaviour to the Two Wells Police station or call 131444.

Police have also reported a rise in the number of incidents of cars doing burnouts in the area and are requesting members of the public to call 131 444 with details of cars and registration numbers if they see people doing burnouts.

Anyone caught doing a burnout can have their car impounded for 28 days and be sent to court. Police will be on the lookout.

• Two Wells Neighbourhood Watch would like to pass on a huge thank you to Harvey Norman Munno Para, and in particular Simon, for the great service to provide our youths with fantastic prizes at our regular Blue Light discos.

We would also like to thank Cheryl from the Two Wells Pizza Bar for supplying us with pizza after our busy night volunteering at Two Wells Blue Light Discos.

We are currently discussing a few ideas to make a donation into the community, we would love to recruit new volunteers and share some ideas to help our community. Our next meeting is Tuesday April 8 at 7.30pm in the Two Wells RSL, Old Port Wakefield Road, Two Wells.

• Blue Light Disco: We are pleased to see we had an attendance of 819 children at our Blue Light Discos in 2012 and a substantial increase of 1019 children in 2013.

We would be happy to see the numbers grow for 2014 as we build positive relationships with the children in our community.

We are discussing new ideas to educate children and fun activities for during our discos in the future.

Our second Blue Light Disco for the year will be held on Friday June 13 from 7pm-9.30pm in the Two Wells Community Centre.

A girls green, short-sleeve, jacket/cardigan was left behind after the Blue Light disco on Friday March 14. It can be collected from the Two Wells police station.

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