Police are investigating whether there is a link between a string of break-ins at businesses in Wangara and Balcatta from overnight.
A police spokesman said the first break-in occurred at a smash repair business on Prestige Road in Wangara about 3:26am. A vehicle was used to ram a roller door at the business, allowing the intruders to get into the office area. Nothing was stolen.
At 3:37am, intruders smashed a window to get into a factory on Bombardier Road in Wangara. The spokesman said it was not yet known whether any property had been stolen.
A vehicle was driven into a roller door at a brake service business on Whipple Street in Balcatta about 3:55am. The intruders then went inside the business and searched the property but it is believed they did not steal anything.
At 4:06am, a vehicle was again used to ram a roller door at a panel beating business on Kirke Street in Balcatta. The property was searched by the intruders but police believe nothing was stolen.The final offence occurred at a spray painting business on Baretta Road in Wangara about 4:31am. A fence was rammed by a vehicle but the occupants did not manage to get inside the property.
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