Always report any theft to the Police. All information will be recorded
and may match up with other reported incidents.
When reporting an incident always stress why you consider it to be important.
But remember that Police resources are limited so that it is not always possible
to send an officer to you immediately.
Police are requesting Hills residents to be more vigilant in securing their firearms.
Mundaring Police said two firearms and a firearm safe were stolen from a Hills home in a robbery.
The safe had not been secured in the proper manner.
People who own firearms must always secure their safe appropriately.
Residents are also warned to remember to close windows and lock their doors.
Many people are still leaving their windows open which is an open invitation to a burglar.
|Police (non-emergencies) ||131 444|
|Mundaring Police (local) ||9290 1900|
|Midland Police ||9250 0333|
|Crime Stoppers ||1800 333 000|
|Crime Prevention - East Metropolitan District ||9250 4199|
The best number for the community to use is the 131 444 number.
Mundaring police are around for 18+ hours a day, but not always sitting at the station waiting for calls,
we are required to be out and about attending to jobs etc.
The 131444 number guarantees a response and officers there can contact us via mobile phone, the radio or computer dispatch network.
John Browne, Officer in Charge, Mundaring Police Station, 7250 Great Eastern Hwy, Mundaring WA 6073. Ph 9290 1900 - Fax 9290 1990.