Crime Watch: Long weekend local looting, Mosman ‘Eshlads’ on the loose - and a Peeping Tom pinged by Police. We have all the latest!
AT LEAST TWO MOSMAN HOMES WERE TARGETED IN LONG WEEKEND BREAK-AND-ENTERS. WE HAVE ALL THE LATEST CRIME NEWS THANKS TO OUR FRIENDS AT NORTH SHORE POLICE AREA COMMAND.
The spate of break-and-enter offences targeting local homes continues, with at least two more Mosman properties hit over the long weekend.
Thieves forced their way into a Bay St house between 5:30pm and 7:00pm on Friday night, while an elderly man was inside. Police say access was gained via a locked, first floor window at the rear of the property.
An adjoining home on Koowong Rd was also accessed around the same time, with the offenders again entering the residence via a first-floor window.
Police urge local residents to be vigilant with home security.
It seems unruly local ‘Eshlads’ are at it again, this time causing damage to a property on Kirkoswald Ave, Mosman over the long weekend.
Tradies arrived at the renovation site early this morning, to find empty beer cans and drug paraphernalia discarded around the home.
Eight rooms had also been damaged by graffiti.
Police would like to hear from anyone who noticed suspicious activity in the stated location.
Mosman Collective advises residents that teen Eshays can usually be frightened away with a big stick - or by an adult with a loud voice.
Police have charged a 22-year-old male from northern NSW with a range of offences, after being called to a property on Gladstone Avenue, Mosman last week.
Around 3:45pm Tuesday 1st October, a concerned neighbour contacted police after she noticed the man enter a yard - and then peer through windows at the Gladstone Avenue property.
Police attended and located the male before searching his vehicle. They allege tablets were found, believed to be a restricted substance.
Further enquiries revealed the man also had a suspended licence and his vehicle was unregistered. He was arrested and charged with drug, trespass and traffic offences and will face Manly Local Court next month.